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haha i probably have to be reading ur freaking textbook right now at school! im at chico..and a communication design major/tv, radio broadcasting. and im definitely in a broadcasting class right now..haha thanks for making life easier hahaha im jk

Television news reporter in San Francisco.

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I am a Principal Consultant at a firm which specializes in consulting for government transportation agencies and their customers. About half of my work is in the area of requirements gathering and high-level design for new computer systems, the rest of it includes business development, chipping in on some policy projects, and mentoring junior project managers in quality control and relationship management.
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I work in the IT world. I started building computers in my garage, sold computer [outside sales] for small retail computer outlets. Got into networking [anyone remember Novel 2.11?] and began contracting my services. [ what we will do to feed our golf habit!] Ended up in Tucson, Az. for 2 1/2 years on a 90 day contract...I must say if you ever get a chance to do a 90 day contact in Tucson, do it! Winters found me skiing in the mornings and getting my golf fix in the afternoons. Due to health issues, I havn't done much as far as full time, for the last couple of years, but the best gig I have is with the Southern Texas P.G.A. I keep thier network and desktops running for green fees!! Haven't paid a green fee for over 5 years and I have golf all the best courses in Southern Texas...
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