Someone asked on the mailing list what everyone did, but I think there are so many people on these boards that I thought it would be interesting to ask again? I'll start, of course (wouldn't be right to ask and not tell, now, would it?)....I'm a student in law school....
Post by xjenNjuicex on Apr 26, 2004 0:11:26 GMT -5
I'm a college senior at The University of Southern Mississippi but I slacked off for a while so I'm not graduating until next May Right now I'm currently unemployed but I'm looking for a job b/c I'm poor and I REALLY need some funds for Bonnaroo!
For the last three years I've been a waitress/bartender. Before that I was an Administrative Assistant for a big corporation. Went from making damn good money to $3.30/hour plus tips. But, I'm happier than I've ever been!! ;D
I am an accountant for a medical center. It's okay. I get my own office and all, which is nice. I'm still working on my bachelor degree and will be done at the end of the year. Then, I'll be job searching for much more moolah!
By day I am in sales with a custom development company which pays the bills, but by night I play in my band which lets me buy new gear and go to shows....It is nice to have a self supporting music habit.
Post by Plain Jane Patchwork on Apr 27, 2004 15:06:11 GMT -5
I am a teacher. Currently I am a substitute teacher. I just graduated in December. Hopefully I will find a full time job this summer so I will have my own classroom next fall. I love subbing and teaching! I also sew, do pottery and stained glass as a side income. I vend at local festivals & in the parking lots of shows
Jim*~*~ My friend Brandt is a civil engineering major and he can't find an internship either. Things must be tough in that field. He has had tons of interviews and no takers. Good Luck!
Hi everyone! I am a graphic designer, but since I quit my real job cause my boss was the biggest jerk you ever met I am back to my college job at teh library to pay the bills till I move out to San Diego in July. Pretty complicated story I guess.
Post by lovelymissjackson on Apr 30, 2004 19:36:13 GMT -5
I run my father's publishing company, mainly books. It's great, but sometimes I want to shoot myself in the head for agreeing to do this. You know, working for daddy sometimes isn't the greatest thing, but I have to say there is more positive than negative. All the benefits I have make enduring any negative aspects well worth it.
You know, working for daddy sometimes isn't the greatest thing, but I have to say there is more positive than negative. All the benefits I have make enduring any negative aspects well worth it.
I just recently started full time for my dad's company...so I can relate in some ways! I've only had a few weeks of full days though, so I haven't been completely saturated yet...we'll see what sort of song I'm singing in a couple months!