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post #4933 of 5136

manage a fast food restaurant. and just started building golf clubs to help me pay for my hobby 

post #4934 of 5136

 Im a Supervisor in a Chemical Plant

post #4935 of 5136

As I mentioned in my intro, i'm retired. I've been in business for myself and retired about 20 years ago, but got bored easily, so I accepted a position as the Youth Director at my synagopgue. After 9 years of that, I was asked to take over as the Executive Director. After six years of that, we merged with another synagogue and I decided to retire again.

 

I now work part time, 2 days a week, at a local golf course. I run the pro shop and do some of the purchasing for them.

 

Mostly now, I work for a small, white, fluffy Bichon Frise who constantly uses me to snuggle against. I havew to pet him, walk him, feed him, brush him, bathe him. He's a very demanding boss.

post #4936 of 5136

Civil Engineer for last 20 years

post #4937 of 5136

I play golf to destabilize my retirement income.  I was electrician for 40 yrs.

post #4938 of 5136
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Originally Posted by Bill5 View Post
 

I play golf to destabilize my retirement income.  I was electrician for 40 yrs.

 

Is that your 57' Chevy in your avatar..?  If so, Nice!!  Oh, and I know about retirement income..:doh:

post #4939 of 5136

I wish I could say yes.  I had to sell mine about 15yrs ago just like this one only navy blue.

post #4940 of 5136

Millwright, going on 19 years and hope to hang up the wrenches in the next 7-8 years and enjoy some of that pension money, I'll probably do some part time thing though, staying home doing nothing if I can't be at the course would drive me nuts.

post #4941 of 5136

Social Studies teacher and football coach...getting anxious for the golf season

post #4942 of 5136
Engineering Manager. Diesel Engine Fuel Systems. Fairly exciting as far as Engineering jobs go... Travel to lot of Diesel Engine plants.
post #4943 of 5136

I am a business college teacher far, far away from the rest of You, probably. In the country which has the Best School System In The World (yeah, right) =).

I have a BBA /IT and MBA Entrepreneurship and Business Competence. Have played golf since last July and quite keenly trained also in wintertime when the golf courses here are covered in snow. I am giving lessons and waiting for the summer to come, as soon as possible, hopefully.

post #4944 of 5136
IT, dealing with large computing environments. If it ain't broken, I can fix that!
post #4945 of 5136

Currently in an IT role for a 3rd Party Warehouse provider

 

Grew up in the 3PL environment - Had every job in the warehouse from sweeping floors to management - Hate the BS of day to day operation so I volunteered for our latest IT project. So, far ... So good ...

 

 

 

Rob

post #4946 of 5136
Retired from IT, then taught Middle School for 5 years. Now, it's golf, photography, bridge, hiking, and volunteering.
post #4947 of 5136

I'm a full-time student at Georgia State University, and I work as a television reviewer for the website TVOvermind.

post #4948 of 5136

Sales - Enterprise IT focused on the Healthcare vertical.  

post #4949 of 5136
I am a design engineer for a biomedical orthopaedics company.

I am not a good golfer, but my 6 year old son is on a Jr tour and does an incredible job.

I am also an aspiring club designer with a patent and USGA preliminary approval.
post #4950 of 5136

I am a decathlete and my strongest sports are Javelin (No.6 in UK) and Pole Vault (No.11 world). I do not compete anymore and have turned my hand to coaching.

 

I play almost all sports and would consider myself to be a reasonable golfer.

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