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I'm a business analyst for the city I live in. Work 10 minutes from home and don't have to get on the highway which a lot of people don't get to say in Dallas

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I'm working as a Real Estate Agent since 2011 and I'm currently getting my degree as a confederate approved agent (that's what they call it in Switzerland). Currently I mostly work on client contracts and other areas that need some land register law expertise.

Additionally I also help building an IT Company for my maybe on day father-in-law.

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Retired Carpenter/Locksmith... Just retired in May.been so busy that I'm golfing less now than when I worked..lol

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Retired at 42 (6 years ago).

All I do is drink, play golf, and gamble. The only one I do well is drink.

It's a pretty rough life.

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I'm a construction manager on a golf course in the UK.it was bought by new owners nearly 2 years ago. I was approached and employed to undertake reconstruction and to turn round play ability of the course, Some really nice projects on the go. Couldn't wish for a better career move,working where I love to play. Happy days

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I do apologise, soon as I asked I realised, I only heard of the recently link was sent by golf buddy of mine, articles on fading the ball,which I do far to often,been playing just over a year now,wish I'd have taken it up a long time ago,really enjoy playing though

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I'de like to say I play golf for a living but its tough out here on the Mini Tours. One Day!

Professional Caddy is what currently pays the bills + Pizza delivery at night.

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