Work - the real world

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Work - the real world

Post by lightsol » May 23rd, '07, 21:17

What do you all do for work? Do you like it? Can you listen to eurobeat at work?

1. Human Resources / Hospitality Industry
2. Kinda sick of it, especially my boss... and my office mate, who is crazy
3. Yes, luckily, at my computer
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Post by Bore » May 23rd, '07, 21:24

1.Hospital / Psychiatric nurse
2.Well I just graduated and I haven't really been much on the field so still somewhat undecided. Not too fond of the field in general though
3.Nah not much luck sadly...

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Post by Mikaeru » May 23rd, '07, 21:55

1) I'm a barista at a multi-national coffeehouse organization.
2) Love it. It's a lot of fun.
3) Nope. Playing "world music" or other such nonsense.

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Post by Densetsu13 » May 23rd, '07, 22:42

Oh interesting thread :o

1. Cardex Corporation's Help Desk: A company that sells Interac Debit terminals. I take calls and help people troubleshoot their machines, help with their contracts and rates, listen to their lifestory, get yelled at/threatened, etc.
2. Although the work sounds crappy, pays well enough and my co-workers are the greatest I've ever had. So much so, I don't mind coming in :wink:
3. When I'm doing night shift and paperwork I listen to my ipod.

Next semester I'm going into Sexology in school, so I hope to be writing that in this topic one day :D

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Post by Toni » May 24th, '07, 07:51

Actually I study and work:

1.
-Study Japanology at Bonn University as an exchange student from the Netherlands on the Erasmus-program. I'm planning to stay in Bonn and finnish mt BA here. Maybe my MA as well.
-Just started as a part-time (hentai) manga artist and graphical designer.

2.
-I really like my study and my colleagues are good drinking companions. Also, as an exchange student I have quite some contact with other foreigners here in Germany. Having parties with here is also great!
-Working to exploit my talents is a dream come true and a dream of many. Therefore, I take much pride in doing this.

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I listen to Eurobeat on my way to university, in class listening to music is absolutely a no-go. Of course, when drawing, Eurobeat is pumping loud!
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Post by Mister Crash » May 24th, '07, 12:32

1. I work as an actuary for a very large insurance company, pricing health and disability products.

2. It can be stressful at times, but the hours are good and the pay is very nice.

3. I've got Spark in the Dark playing right now :)

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Post by Shawaazu » May 24th, '07, 12:40

1. I work as a back door customer service person-thingy for one of the largest Telephony companies in Oz. Back Door = I don't directly talk/consult with customers often, only once in a while.

2. It'll do for now :D The hours are ok 8am-4pm, I could work at a later time but I'd rather not get home when it's dark especially when I live ^ ^;;, and it is my fault I sleep at 1am when I have to get up at 6am :(

3. YES!!! All the friggen time, with my headphones usually though, but if I'm working overtime on weekends, it means I'm alone on the floor, I listen to it really loudly :grin:

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Post by TheBeat*OfTheDance » Jun 13th, '07, 13:42

1. I work at McDonald's, I mostly work in the grill.
2.I like it, because I like the people I work with.
3. No, we are not allowed.
..I'm moving to the disco/Shaking my hand to the loud loud sound...

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Post by Jion » Jun 13th, '07, 14:49

1. Supervisor at an amusement center
2. It's getting stressful not gonna lie
3. I run the music at lazer runner and I make it almost exclusively Eurobeat with some hyper techno and trance mixed in too hehe
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Post by Mikaeru » Jun 13th, '07, 15:04

Jion wrote:1. Supervisor at an amusement center
2. It's getting stressful not gonna lie
3. I run the music at lazer runner and I make it almost exclusively Eurobeat with some hyper techno and trance mixed in too hehe
Hehe, reminds me a few years back I worked at an amusement park, and on the last day I convinced the lazer runner people to run a eurobeat cd.

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Post by DJ Mike TJG » Jun 13th, '07, 16:59

1. Programmer for a games company
2. Definitely!
3. All day long :D

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Post by Sun Field » Jun 19th, '07, 20:09

1. Lifeguard (summer job, I'm in high school)
2. I like it if I'm working with my friends. There are some people there that I don't like. Morning shifts suck too.
3. I don't, but I could.

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Post by zoupzuop2 » Jun 20th, '07, 02:04

1) Bagger.
2) Meh, has its ups and downs. I'm gonn'a stick around. :3
3) NOOOOOO WAY. FAR too dangerous for the senior citizens that seem to be our exclusive audience... and the whole freaking TOWN. XP

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Post by Bore » Jun 20th, '07, 15:48

Well surprisingly after I started work at a new job I've at least been able to lsten to eurobeat a lot of the times while sorting out paper work and medical things. If I can keep a job where I can do that I guess I'll remain happy.

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Post by drnrg » Jul 19th, '07, 11:14

Work huh' all I can is my job has me sitting in front of my P.C. all day just doing research. Things like Music, Restaurants, other sites and my fav PORN. :!: Yeah! I get paid to search for new sites everyday and do reviews on them for other companies .Boring you say? hell no+ I'm on my own schedule and can listen to Eurobeat all day. That is also the reason I allways seem to be logged on to E.P. Prime responding and what not. Did I mention I do all this at home? :D

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