I'm in worker's compensation and just quit my job after almost 22 years. I will be starting with a new company later this month and to say I'm scared is an under statement! I just couldn't take my benefits being screwed with anymore.
mainly for mining/industrial projects.
we usually do the engineering side of whatever is required, and sub out the biological info for the Environmental Impact Determinations to some local scientific labs who do that part of it.
i guess for your thing there in san diego though, you're more into the navigable waters part of the 404?
I work as the Transportation Manager of the Americas for Air France Industries (the MRO division of Air France). Now. . . if I only knew what that meant.
Hackster will be hearing from me, I bet, as I slog it out with the ACOE for S 404/10 permitting... do you do in-water work, hackster?
i work for a neurologist. do everything from transciption to scheduling, medical billing, and whatever else comes by my desk. love my job, my boss is from India and is great. also, like DR. VICK, i do some tie-dyeing on the side, as was mentioned at the old site, working on loading some pics for viewing.
nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile
work at home for an engineering consulting company (mining engineering, us army corps permitting, stormwater, etc.)...
make up my own hours, as i also have my 2 1/2 yr-old grandson at home with me all the time.
needless to say, a lot of my work is done between the hours of 10pm - 4am.
wouldn't trade it fer the world.
I work at the In-N-Out Burger in North Hollywood, when I'm not a spy for the CIA. Great burgers!
"This aggression will not stand, man....."
...English as a Second Language, and I've been doing it for about 12 years now. Nice opportunity to travel, learn about Humanity, and gain some fresh perspective on America. Now I'm teaching English to immigrants' children at an elementary school in northern Virginia.
I also manage something unruly. I teach high school English. I've done a little academic Dead-related work. I have essays in Robert Weiner's "Perspectives on the Grateful Dead" and Nicholas Merriwether's "Dead Letters."
I pick up a little extra money now & again as a semi-professional tie-dye artist. In fact, if anyone will be in Wisconsin this summer, I'm teaching a one week class in it.
Yes, there will be plenty of places for discussion; if there's a particular thing you want to discuss let izzie or me know and we'll start a topic. Right now we're trying to work out the software bugs with a finite number of topics... thanks!