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    Structural/wildland firefighter/medic
    The best 6 years of my life were spent being a FF/EMT. I did the wild land thing in the summers between college years. I also worked for a training facility as an ARFF instructor.

    I would love to go back to it. I would have never quit but my wife finished college and got a job elsewhere so we had to move. I was going to put in a couple more years of school to get my paramedic license but before the school year started I got a job that I really like and make more than I would as a firefighter. FF/EMT would win hands down for just being an awesome job, but my wife and I are looking into the future trying to set ourselves up to retire by age 50. Making more money now means I can invest more for later.

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    Paramedic in Australia. Best job ever.

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    I am an IT recruiter for a fortune 500 company. The company has a line of PC's/Laptops and other but I am on the IT services side. I assure you that no one grows up wanting to do what I do. Recruiters just fall into this job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by big_slacker View Post
    Because portions of the IT industry are still growing despite the current economy. VoIP, VMware (or other virtualization), networking and network security, government and private are all hiring like crazy now.

    Very true. I have several VMware and Citrix open positions in Dallas and Austin.

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    I work with dogs. Wow this thread makes me feel like a dope.

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    I used to be a mechanic and electrician for a yacht services company repairing, servicing, and modifying multi-million dollar toys.

    I returned to college a year and a half ago to study Appropriate Technology and renewable energy in my quest to save the world.

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    I'm the ED of a non profit that owns and operates a system of backcountry ski huts.

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    I'm a chemical engineer, currently working as process engineer for a german EPC company. If someone in this thread has certain connections to appropriate companies in the US (especially in california) just drop me a few lines

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultraspontane View Post
    I work with dogs. Wow this thread makes me feel like a dope.
    If it keeps a roof over your head, and buys food, never feel bad about earning a honest living.
    Your fear of looking stupid is holding you back.

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    I work for a leading Door an Window Company
    I build, inspect an pack door to be shipped out.

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    Full time student here. Major is mechanical engineering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultraspontane View Post
    I work with dogs. Wow this thread makes me feel like a dope.
    That's probably some of the most honest clientele listed here. In many ways I'm quite jealous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultraspontane View Post
    I work with dogs. Wow this thread makes me feel like a dope.
    Lucky bugger!

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    i sleep in a cubicle, day-dream in meetings, and talk to co-workers all day.

    but technically i'm a mechanical engineer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by g34343greg View Post
    i sleep in a cubicle, day-dream in meetings, and talk to co-workers all day.
    Sounds like a line out of "Office Space" !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conspearasea View Post
    Sounds like a line out of "Office Space" !
    Do you have to hand in TPS reports?

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    Service Engineer for a commercial audio video integration company. I fix stuff that is not working mostly by turning the equipment off and then back on. Ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajjaaron View Post
    Service Engineer for a commercial audio video integration company. I fix stuff that is not working mostly by turning the equipment off and then back on. Ha

    Preach it Brother!

    I have lost count the number of times I have been paged to a studio to be told something does not work only to reach over and press the ON switch.....

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    Nine pages and 420 posts and I'm still the only screen printer; yet, it is/was ****-all hard to find a job, go figure.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tone's View Post
    Id scrap the passion forum all together, its a breeding ground for unicorn milkers, rainbow chasers and candy cotton farters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monzie View Post
    Nine pages and 420 posts and I'm still the only screen printer; yet, it is/was ****-all hard to find a job, go figure.
    Nono. I just did some print screening all day long from last Thursday till this Sunday. I did a Superman in real-life size on t-shirts. Final project for my class.

    Drawing is 26" tall. Pics of the t's later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB28 View Post
    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    Quote Originally Posted by g34343greg View Post
    i sleep in a cubicle, day-dream in meetings, and talk to co-workers all day.

    but technically i'm a mechanical engineer.
    I'm the plumber/pipefitter that feels the direct impact of this

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    I think I'm the first speech language pathologist to post up. I work with people who have autism and other low incidence disorders and who are nonverbal or minimally verbal. I also love my bike--just like all the IT folks, military personnel, engineers, EMTs....

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    Instructional Designer for a Fortune 500 company. In my downtime (and for my not-living), I'm the Marketing Director for the Phoenix Film Festival. I like to keep busy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rowe925 View Post
    I'm the plumber/pipefitter that feels the direct impact of this
    And I'm the technical writer waiting on answers from engineers. Now I know why i never hear back. :banghead:
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    I'm grateful to have wandered into the nightclub business after I finished my first of two tours in the Navy. Not at all a business I thought I would ever own and operate for almost 20 years now, but it has been rewarding, giving me LOTS of time to ride my bike .
    "There's little traffic on the extra mile".

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    Teacher/Machinist

    Teach high school machining and pre-engineering but employed by the local tech college (they pay better than the district does). Also work part time as a machinist in a job shop, we mostly do aerospace, medical, automotive work.

    Love working with kids, and having a shop full of cool toys to make bike parts with!

    Now if I could just find the time to learn to weld frames, I would be set!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gutter Tech View Post
    Instructional Designer for a Fortune 500 company. In my downtime (and for my not-living), I'm the Marketing Director for the Phoenix Film Festival. I like to keep busy.
    Instructional design is really cool (well to people like me) - though I prefer logo-typing and ID - but what goes into it is not really understood by the masses - Done well, no one pays a second glance - done just a bit poorly - it is ridiculed.
    Tough stuff
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    I'm an importer/exporter
    Since when did Need have anything to do with this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by icegeek View Post
    I'm an importer/exporter
    Vandelay Industries?


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    Art Vandelay Isn't he an architect?

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    Quote Originally Posted by icegeek View Post
    I'm an importer/exporter
    If you're thinking about quitting the exporting and just focusing on the importing, you should know that the exporting is just as important as the importing.

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    I guess I'm quite lucky to have a very stable, secure job at my local-(ish) bike shop.
    Quote Originally Posted by anthonys
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    I am no longer a hardtailkid. 2012 Trek Remedy 9!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardtailkid View Post
    I guess I'm quite lucky to have a very stable, secure job at my local-(ish) bike shop.
    meh, what do you know - your just a kid - riding a hardtail...
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll View Post
    meh, what do you know - your just a kid - riding a hardtail...
    Not for long! 2012 Remedy 9 comes in Thursday!
    Quote Originally Posted by anthonys
    Its still just the push of a button away...
    I am no longer a hardtailkid. 2012 Trek Remedy 9!

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankiefrijoles View Post
    new to the board! post 3. i work at performance bicycle. i dont ride a scattante =)
    The scattante part made me actually laugh aloud.
    Quote Originally Posted by anthonys
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    I am no longer a hardtailkid. 2012 Trek Remedy 9!

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    new to the board! post 3. i work at performance bicycle. i dont ride a scattante =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardtailkid View Post
    Not for long! 2012 Remedy 9 comes in Thursday!
    STOKED!!
    gonna ask admin to change your name to 'kool-aid man'?


    ...or is that 'kool-aid kid'?
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll View Post
    STOKED!!
    gonna ask admin to change your name to 'kool-aid man'?


    ...or is that 'kool-aid kid'?
    Quote Originally Posted by anthonys
    Its still just the push of a button away...
    I am no longer a hardtailkid. 2012 Trek Remedy 9!

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    Thanks for all the awesome responses everyone! I'm not really noticing much of a significant trend, but this is really cool seeing what everyone does to support their cycling habit/addiction.

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    I find quite a few mtb actually more involved into graphic arts and design then I though. It's fun to know, as I'm pretty much the only one in my whole program who practice MTB. A few are into occasional road biking, one or two into ice skating, but I think there's only another guy who's into MTB, but he's not riding much. He has a Santa Cruz Chameleon with X0/X9 built, but not much time on his hands to ride

    Any professional trail builders too ?
    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB28 View Post
    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    Quote Originally Posted by David C View Post
    I find quite a few mtb actually more involved into graphic arts and design then I though. It's fun to know, as I'm pretty much the only one in my whole program who practice MTB. A few are into occasional road biking, one or two into ice skating, but I think there's only another guy who's into MTB, but he's not riding much. He has a Santa Cruz Chameleon with X0/X9 built, but not much time on his hands to ride

    Any professional trail builders too ?
    We need to get a graphic art/ mtb group together
    yeah, I haven't meet a single person that is really into 3d art and bikes yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrettank View Post
    We need to get a graphic art/ mtb group together
    yeah, I haven't meet a single person that is really into 3d art and bikes yet
    I know a few student in mechanical engineering to be into MTB, since some of the work exposed in their displays involved bike cranks, cogs, chainrings, bars, stem, etc... In industrial design too. But not heard of in 3d animation yet. I'm not sure about photography either.

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    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    ... and if we just ... Dream Job(s)!!!

    Hey guys - figured this would be a great thread to post this - and after getting the ok from Francois, here goes.

    I work at Specialized as a Senior Graphic Designer - we're currently looking for 2 graphic interns, as well as 30 other full time positions through out the company. Can't ask for much more than to be totally immersed in every facet of cycling culture! Check out the link and drop me a note if you've got any questions.

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    'Bout to derail this and I'm sorry but, what?! You need an ink tech. I do that now, basically. And used UV ink for two years in P.O.P. and Signage printing. I'm so applying if my girlfriend is okay moving to CA!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Truckee Trash View Post
    Hey guys - figured this would be a great thread to post this - and after getting the ok from Francois, here goes.

    I work at Specialized as a Senior Graphic Designer - we're currently looking for 2 graphic interns, as well as 30 other full time positions through out the company. Can't ask for much more than to be totally immersed in every facet of cycling culture! Check out the link and drop me a note if you've got any questions.

    Specialized Bicycle Components : Careers at Specialized
    I just looked it up the graphic designer intern thingy and do you think we could arrange something to haul my butt to CA if I get the job ? That sounds pretty cool, but the only downside is I'm about 3 000 miles East of the office. But I always wanted to go to California.

    The part that has me going was where it says : Ability to wrench on a bike every now and then. You'll make it my dream job having to mix computer and wrenching, both on bike duty

    Where do I apply ? Edit : Just did. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB28 View Post
    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    Trash, HHW, Used Oil and Tires.

    Leastways that is the short version.

    For the computer geeks/geekettes and others

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    Quote Originally Posted by David C View Post
    I just looked it up the graphic designer intern thingy and do you think we could arrange something to haul my butt to CA if I get the job ? That sounds pretty cool, but the only downside is I'm about 3 000 miles East of the office.....
    Same, but I will pay for myself to get there via a loan from my bank. My GF(girlfriend not Gary Fisher) is mad I want to apply. I figure I will anyway. If I get the job I will go from there.
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    Hell same for me. I have enough stocks money for travel and lodging. Plus I already own a bike.
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    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    Quote Originally Posted by David C View Post
    Hell same for me. I have enough stocks money for travel and lodging. Plus I already own a bike.
    Let's apply for and subsequently get these jobs then meet up and move to CA together. We'll need roommates and what better way to move to CA than with a fellow mtbiker? So in; though I do still need to apply.
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    I already did apply. Be quick before they only pick me then bring your GF too, so we'll have at least someone to prepare the lunches
    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB28 View Post
    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    Lunches? She can barely make a meat n cheese sandwich without a mess, I cook. Yeah, going to apply today. So hyped. Broke as hell but willing to take a chance.
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    Then you need to get another girl

    I wonder how many applications they got for that job yet. At least one.
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    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Truckee Trash View Post
    Hey guys - figured this would be a great thread to post this - and after getting the ok from Francois, here goes.

    I work at Specialized as a Senior Graphic Designer - we're currently looking for 2 graphic interns, as well as 30 other full time positions through out the company. Can't ask for much more than to be totally immersed in every facet of cycling culture! Check out the link and drop me a note if you've got any questions.

    Specialized Bicycle Components : Careers at Specialized
    i just applied for the "MTB product engineer" position. hopefully i'll get a phone call soon!!!

    sounds like an awesome place to work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conspearasea View Post
    Sounds like a line out of "Office Space" !
    probably my favorite movie! and very easy to relate to for engineers

    Quote Originally Posted by SG CYCLES View Post
    Do you have to hand in TPS reports?
    no TPS reports, but we have SCDs, ECOs, ECR, MSRs, and most of our product names are acronyms

    Quote Originally Posted by rowe925 View Post
    I'm the plumber/pipefitter that feels the direct impact of this
    ha, don't blame me, i promise you'll never see a thing i worked on. its a very niche market

    Quote Originally Posted by thickfog View Post
    And I'm the technical writer waiting on answers from engineers. Now I know why i never hear back. :banghead:
    we have a saying where i work "never let your work get in the way of meetings"... so its not our fault we're slow to get stuff done!

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    ... and not *nearly* enough free time to do some decent riding this semester - definitely have a bad case of cabin fever.

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    Make vodka. Co-founder at Deep Eddy Vodka in Austin, TX.
    My friends love Deep Eddy's Sweet Tea vodka! I didn't realize you guys were out of Austin. There's a lot of vodka coming from that area with Deep Eddy, Tito's, and Dripping Springs. Gotta love Austin, just rode the Barton Creek Greenbelt there for the first time last Friday. Pretty cool...I'm sure even cooler when there's water in the creek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dynomiker View Post
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    Picture of my (use to be, sold it) R6 on one of my lifts changing out tires. Again.
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    Crazy- I went to school in Salina for 7 years a long time ago (SJMS lol). Still have some friends there. You know Casey Morgan by chance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by machwon View Post
    Crazy- I went to school in Salina for 7 years a long time ago (SJMS lol). Still have some friends there. You know Casey Morgan by chance?
    Yes i do. Kinda. We know some of the same people. And i think hes friends with my cousin, Jimmy O.

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