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I'm a TV producer for  a sports network in Belgium. Specifically the dutch speaking part, Flanders.
Our main interests are soccer, cycling and, in general, all Belgian athletes .

My day to day job is producing our sports news, every Sunday. We have a little more than 1 million viewers.
I guess that's not much from your perspective but for us that's a market share of about 45%. So not so bad after all :-)

In July, I'm in France, for the Tour. Long days, hard work, but very satisfaying.

Unfortunately not much interest for golf. But I'm trying to change that ;-)

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I'm an independent technical consultant.  My clients are typically manufacturing companies installing new ERP systems.  A very fun and interesting job - I am constantly meeting new people, learning about new businesses and, my favorite thing, programming.

I'm just doing this for now until I go out on tour.   

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I am a Portuguese Language Resource in Accenture.  I work with our Brazilian clients and my job is to liaise with the client and ensure our team in India is able to communicate and also when the training is going on to ensure that the team learns the job well.

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Aloha, 

new to site but am glad for what I read so far. My work has been as a Captain, recently changed careers, now I teach high school. Good move.

cheers,

iSank

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I help self employed business owners and professionals organize their finances so that they can retire on time. aka coordinate your financial plan with your taxes and investments. 

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I'm in computer graphics. I work for one of the biggest book component manufacturers in the world. I do 90% of the retouching and color correction done at the facility. Don't trust anything you see in print. Grass isn't that green. Water and skies aren't that blue. People aren't that good looking. LOL

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