Dancers Anonymous > what do you guys do for living?

Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by yoyao, Sep 11, 2003.

  1. stash

    stash Well-Known Member

    Financial tech, photographer, direct sales consultant. #doallthethings #makeallthemonies
  2. mindputtee

    mindputtee Well-Known Member

    I throw hundreds of thousands of dollars at school in the hope to be a dentist in a couple more years. I am a negative contributor to our household right now.
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  3. Dancey

    Dancey Member

    Computer/Electrical Engineer. So is my husband. Bunch of nerds over here :)
  4. MaggieMoves

    MaggieMoves Well-Known Member

    I make drugs.
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  5. Joe

    Joe Well-Known Member

    Breaking Bad style?
  6. MaggieMoves

    MaggieMoves Well-Known Member

    No... legally. It's just fun to tell customs the nature of my business when travelling. Usually I get a free checkup that way. :rofl:
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  7. Loki

    Loki Well-Known Member

    Cheese taster.
  8. IndyLady

    IndyLady Well-Known Member

  9. Dancing Irishman

    Dancing Irishman Well-Known Member

    Business strategy type stuff for a large bank. Currently focused on compliance with the alphabet soup of regulations out there.
  10. fascination

    fascination Site Moderator Staff Member

    chaplain/grief counselor of a hospice, pastoral minister/counselor of engaged couples for a local parish, and fitness instructor (you name it, I am certified)
  11. KPomPom

    KPomPom Member

    But someday you won't be! Everyone always needs a dentist. My husband is also in school, and while it's hard for us now, I am incredibly proud of him and I know someday it will pay off.

    Maybe your post hit a little close to home, but you shouldn't sound so hard on yourself. You've picked a practical career and I hope you enjoy it.
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  12. fascination

    fascination Site Moderator Staff Member

    currently: pastoral minister for engaged couples at a local parish and chaplain/bereavement facilitator for a hospice (MA in theology, BA in Sociology)
    previously: certified in multiple types of fitness instruction as well as minoring and working in food service management
  13. KPomPom

    KPomPom Member

    That's certainly eclectic. It's funny because I also use a food service job to supplement my income now

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