What do you do?

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  1. GoT

    GoT Strength and Honor Tip Jar Donor

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    Heff is slipping. Last I saw him his girlfriends were pushing 40 - sad times indeed.
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  2. Ryudo

    Ryudo The wall crusher!

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    Being happy in life for the first time.

    I once was miserable for 27 years in crap jobs in a crap life going nowhere. Then I got deathly ill. After nearly dying and being disabled as a result things changed...for the best. New friends and got back with some family got my hobby going I always wanted to. Moved to the best place I ever lived and the first place I call home in all my life.

    Now just do things that make me happy. That's what I do. Enjoy everyday I wake up as it's a gift.:D
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  3. Smash

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    They could still be his grand daughters, that's probably why. Alzenheimers are kicking in, so the short term memory is gone, but he still remembers them as young and hot.
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  4. GoT

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    You may find that those offers sound good, but really it's a hustle. If you decide to go with that job, be ready to bust your butt.
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  6. GoT

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    agreed.

    Gotta build that client base.

    Its my understanding that a degree is not required, but specialized licenses are. So anyone, say your agents son, can become an insurance agent. But not anyone will be able too succeed.
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  7. Childress79

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    I'm a Network/Server engineer.

    Windows,Exchange,Citrix,Avaya PBX programming and Cisco networking.
    Looking to move to a purely networking role.
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  8. RavensShallBurn

    RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    Yea, no degree required. I would take a 2-3 week class and take a test to get my license.

    The commission is supposed to be really good - from who I'd be working for. But I'm not so sure I'm ready for a legit job... I'm still in school, so it's not my #1 priority.
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  9. Titanup1982

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    Don't waste your time with a commission job trying to sell something. I remember when I was 19 trying to sell ADT security alarms for about 4 months. We got $400 for everyone we sold. Guess how much money I made in 4 months? Nadda :sad2:

    Anyways, I work as a baggage handler at the Hartsfield Airport out here in Atlanta.
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