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    Default I get paid for what I know...not what I do



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    I think that is because we all seem to suffer a bit from some form of OCD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
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    <---- National Account Executive in the Transportation Industry. Basically a sales guy who deals with the Fortune 500 type companies. Spend most of my time negotiating price, contract terms, contract language, flying on airplanes and living out of a suitcase!

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    ........................and listening to your new speakers!
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    Yeah, all you people who work - I don't like any one of you!

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    Systems programmer, or maybe IT geek would be more appropriate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Zaret
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    You hit that one right on Jeff!! They are sounding better and better. I haven't traveled since I got them. I turned in my itinerary today for next week and my boss called because he has never seen me spend two weeks in a row home!


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    I am a senior engineer for the largest tissue products company in the world.

    I am also the owner of a HT/hi-fi consulting and installation business (just started this) DY Acoustics

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    Senior hardware and operating system analyst in the data center for a major power company in arizona.
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    Thumbs up Interesting occupation...

    Quote Originally Posted by Dolfin
    Senior hardware and operating system analyst in the data center for a major power company in arizona.
    Ryan,

    IMHO, I think, we (Californian's) need you to come and work for, Arnold Schwarzenegger, here in power hungery California. IMHO, we could use a few good men in California's power industry... Any chance you could transfer?

    But Seriously, You have an interesting occupation...
    I would think your line of work would be in great demand?

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    Let see wine speculator/collector, chef wanabe, car collector, and retired racecar driver. Oh and to pay for all of those non-income producing vices, fulltime Software engineering manager for the marine division of a large Aerospace company headquartered in LA. Our division is located in Sunnyvale, CA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin
    Ryan,

    IMHO, I think, we (Californian's) need you to come and work for, Arnold Schwarzenegger, here in power hungery California. IMHO, we could use a few good men in California's power industry... Any chance you could transfer?

    But Seriously, You have an interesting occupation...
    I would think your line of work would be in great demand?

    Cheers

    -Robin
    Demand is not as high as I'd like. It's hit and miss. Best thing any of us information technology professionals can look for is a company with good benefits. The industry is still SLOWLY rebounding from Y2K.. alot of confidence in I.T. was lost when the world didn't end and all those dot-com companies folded.

    As for the power industry. California was trucking along just fine prior to de-regulation. De-reg caused alot of power plants to be shut down because nobody wanted to operate them at a loss. So all you had was a bunch of people that wanted to sell power, but nobody to generate it. Hence the rolling blackouts and outrageous power bills (because my company was selling power to california hand over fist for a HUGE profit). IMHO, aH-nold should've stuck to doing what he did best.. making low brow action movies. He'll never be a Ronald Regan.
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