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Time to update this. I switched jobs in August. I am now working for FirstEnergy in Akron, Ohio as a Transmission Line Engineer. I mostly work on design and conflict issues with 69 kV lines or above. This job requires me to know more on the structural side of engineering since we deal more on designing transmission facilities from substations to substations. 

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I am a senior manager working for Danieli in Italy (we manufacture plants and machines and integrate systems for the metal industry) following automation and electrics (from sensors to .. HV networks, turn-key plants) preparing preliminary technical study and proposal for ww customers which I meet and discuss with in order to satisfy their needs and finalize commercial agreements.

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10 minutes ago, tlazzol said:

I worked 40.9 years as an industrial electrician for General Motors.  Retired July, 2014.

Which plant?   I retired from the proving grounds may 2016.

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2 minutes ago, dennyjones said:

Which plant?   I retired from the proving grounds may 2016.

I retired from the Delta stamping plant, which is attached to the Delta body, paint and assembly plants southwest of Lansing.  Over the years I worked in just about every part of every plant our local 652 had in Lansing. 

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Medically Retired DAV since 1997 due to my service as a US Navy/Marine Corpsman. (Liver transplant in 1999.  I have owned my own Corporation, worked as an Assistant Psychologist for the State of Arizona. Then went back and finished my degree in electronics. Had my own Computer Co. , worked as an IT tech prior to that at a casino in Mesquite, NV. 

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I own my business working from home in the personal development industry. This has allowed me to play golf multiple times a week at whatever course in my area i choose. When the weather is good enough.

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I do not work, have been having Cluster headache on a regular basis since I was a little kid.

So im only playing golf, and that is not the worst thing to do :)

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Hey guys,

First post here, I work in IT for a retail clothing company, involved with various aspects of the website, mainly live/mobile chat and other customer service forms.

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I work for the Irish state health service. I run the children's (0-16) neurodevelopmental  screening and disabilty assessment service in counties Kildare and Wicklow.

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I'm a golf equipment technician and club builder. My most recent gig was developing the online chat program for Bridgestone Golf, which was the first in the industry.  I answered technical questions about golf balls, clubs and shafts, and between chats I would check out TST and other forums to see what was trending! 

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