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What Do You Do?

Sat Nov 29, 2008 11:13 pm

Hi all.

I was just going over the site and started wondering what characterizes a typical aviation fan on A.net. Are people here mostly occupied in the aviation industry itself, or are they spread all over different industries and jobs. I think it could be interesting to see what kinds of different background people in these forums come from.

I'm not asking you to disclose any detailed info on your career, simply what your occupation is.

Myself, I'm a student in economics at the university.

Best Wishes.

Morten.
 
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sat Nov 29, 2008 11:29 pm

I'll have a go at this one,

I currently work as a Customer Service Adviser for TSYS MS EMEA, and manage the Credit Cards for the UK's Largest Building Society.

In other words, I sit on my backside all day long helping people with issues with their credit cards. Little hint if you ever have a issue with your card, be nice to the person on the other end of the phone it gets you a lot further, there is a lot more that is at the discretion of the person that you are talking too!!!

Hobbies as per my profile

Rugby Union, Drinking (Yes it IS a hobby), Fishing, Land Rovers, Painting and Aviation
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sat Nov 29, 2008 11:39 pm

I don't think that there IS a typical aviation fan here. I think we come from all walks of life. I'm a receptionist/administrative assistant at a private school in Bermuda.
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sat Nov 29, 2008 11:40 pm

I like this idea and have always wondered it,

I am a DC-based journalist for a major newswire. Currently working on the financial sector, writing about 10-15 stories a day and occasional pieces for the Wall Street Journal.
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sat Nov 29, 2008 11:51 pm



Quoting Mortenbaek (Thread starter):
simply what your occupation is.

I am a full time apprentice at a funeral home. So in other words, I make you look good in a coffin  Wink
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 12:31 am

Currently I am student for 2 more weeks at a private Christian College in Michigan.

When I am home I work for a company owned by Land O Lakes. We are called Thomas Products Inc. I work in Animal Nutrition helping with new formulations for all sorts of animals. Our clients give us what they want their animals to do/perform and we make the formula for them with vitamins, minerals, and drugs.

Our clients are such as:

Purina (Dog & Cat)
Sea World (Sea Bass & the Killer Wales)
San Diego Wild Animal Park (Lions & Reptiles)

Animal pre-mixed made for:

Dairy Cows, Replacement Heifers, Beef Cattle, Horses, Calfs, Pigs, Lizzards, Dogs, Cats, Fish, Exotic Birds

We ship all over the United States and to Canada, Mexico, Honduras, Philippines, Europe, and China.
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 12:36 am



Quoting Kmh1956 (Reply 2):
I don't think that there IS a typical aviation fan here. I think we come from all walks of life.

I agree, there is no 'typical' aviation fan  Smile
As for myself, I'm a student for another 3.5 years at a Highschool in Iowa, and aviation is my hobby.
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 12:48 am

I am student in a High School in California for another 2.5 years.

Quoting ZuluAviator994 (Reply 6):
As for myself, I'm a student for another 3.5 years at a Highschool in Iowa, and aviation is my hobby.

Well interesting that you profile says that you are pilot.
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 1:03 am

I am an expert in stucco, a veteran in love, and an outlaw in Peru.


Or, perhaps I'm currently a Monster.Com junkie and a hopeful future Air Traffic Control Specialist.


I'll let y'all decided which one sounds most plausible.  Wink
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 1:17 am

I'm a baker and sandwich maker.
 
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 4:03 am

I'm a high school senior currently in the process of applying to college with the intent of studying Mechanical Engineering so that I can pursue a career designing airplanes.

On the side I'm work for an off-price home furnishing chain and am a volunteer with my town's EMS. I hope to have my EMT-B certification by the end of this coming summer.

I'm also working towards my PPL but have had to put it on hold due to a Senior year-induced lack of time.
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 4:35 am



Quoting Bok269 (Reply 10):
I'm a high school senior currently in the process of applying to college with the intent of studying Mechanical Engineering

good choice  Smile

i'm now a product development engineer/project leader(i'm almost done my EIT program). I design products, manage projects, and launch new products for the company i work for. fun stuff. creativity, engineering, people skills, etc. Right now, it is all i wanted in a job. And i work for a great company.
 
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 4:55 am

Trying desperately, desperately to find a job for after I graduate university in May. ANYTHING in Engineering will do, but the economy, along with my...not so stellar grades...is not helping.

Signed,
TIS and all other graduating college seniors.
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 5:56 am

I drive Airbuses, at least the ones without the "Air" infront of "Bus" that is  Wink

It pays good, great benefits, I enjoy it and no matter what the economy does, its a damn stable job so I've got security to boot Big grin

As far as my interest in aviation goes, fell in love with airliners since I was a little boy. Went on to do my PPL and Multi Engine rating, started my CPL but never had a chance to finish.
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 6:01 am

I'll take a guess...

Quoting ShyFlyer (Reply 8):
and an outlaw in Peru.

This one because of...

Quoting ShyFlyer (Reply 8):
a veteran in love

this one. Haha

Kyle
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 6:11 am

regional television news producer, freelance producer and freelance reporter.
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 6:51 am

I.T. Auditor, mostly do economic data extraction and analysis for the support of financial auditors on specific projects/clients
 
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 6:58 am

I'm an engineer and sort-of-machinist at a small medical devices company in SoCal - so basically I get to play around with Solidworks and CNC machines all day.

I say "sort-of-machinist" because I'm more or less a self-taught machinist. So while I can do relatively simple stuff pretty well, I leave the more complex stuff to the trained machinists we have.

I'm also a part-time student at USC in aerospace engineering. Hoping to (finally) finish that up by the middle of the summer.

Been interested in aviation for as long as I can remember. My uncle is an aerospace engineer, and when I was young, he'd take me over to the local airport (KBED) to watch planes.

My other major interest is music. Music and aviation have been fighting a battle for time in my life for years. I think music is winning at this point. I'd love to someday get my pilot's license, but that's dependent on having some spare cash. And having spare cash is dependent on not buying guitars, basses, drums, etc.....
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 7:17 am

I work 5 nights/week as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer at the Airport in Mumbai on B737s & B757s mostly Line and at times Major mx.

To Me Aviation is not only my Job,but a hobby too.I get paid to enjoy myself  Smile

Frankly speaking I feel if I was not working here,I don't I could do anything else.

regds
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 7:44 am



Quoting HAWK21M (Reply 18):
I get paid to enjoy myself

One could seriously take that the wrong way ....  Silly
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 7:52 am



Quoting ACDC8 (Reply 19):
One could seriously take that the wrong way ...

Only a sick person like you would think of it that way  Wink  duck 


I'm the typical loved-aviation-since-before-i-was-born type guy. But I'm actually making a career out of it (if the f'in industry ever gets back on its feet, that is). I'm almost done getting my CFII certificate and I graduate with a BS in Aeronautical Science in a couple of week. I'm not too excited since I will instantly turn from a student into an unemployee  Sad
 
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 8:17 am



Quoting ACDC8 (Reply 19):
One could seriously take that the wrong way ....

Its the mind of an Individual that decides that  wink 
To rephrase.....I do my job the way its supposed to be done officially & enjoy doing it  Smile

regds
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 8:59 am

I work in airport operations... SIDA badging, 139 inspections, lighting inspections, etc. it's pretty interesting.
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 9:18 am

Quoting ANITIX87 (Reply 12):



Quoting FLY2HMO (Reply 20):

I feel your collective pain! Graduated this summer with a BSc in Accounting & Finance. Now my full-time job is looking for a better (read: paying) full-time job!   


Skytrain

[Edited 2008-11-30 01:19:05]
 
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 10:59 am

I'm a long haul truck driver, and have been since 1994. My professional driving career began in March of 1985, chasing a taxi around a Northern Ontario city. 23+ years behind the wheel...
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 7:54 pm

Flight Attendant. Stewardess. Sky Girl. Lady on the plane. Hey you, can I get a coke?

Any one of those applies to me, although I'm starting to enjoy the generic nonsense of it.

In my so called non working life, I'm a cell phone photographer, a writer, a personal chef to myself, mom to 2 rats, and babysitter to a rabbit.

And I'm not outlawed in Peru, but I am considering joining a convent and becoming a nun.
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 8:09 pm



Quoting Vikkyvik (Reply 17):
sort-of-machinist at a small medical devices company

I'm a product manager at a BIG medical devices company  Smile
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 8:09 pm



Quoting SkyGirl (Reply 25):
mom to 2 rats

Is this due to your cooking skills you talked about? Haha  Smile
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 8:23 pm

Airport Authority at an airport in Holland.

Driving yellow cars over the runway, marshalling aircraft and much more..
 
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 8:25 pm



Quoting FLY2HMO (Reply 20):
Only a sick person like you would think of it that way



Quoting HAWK21M (Reply 21):
Its the mind of an Individual that decides that

If only you knew how sick my mind can be ......  Silly

(Gimmie a break, its the weekend ...  Wink )
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 8:56 pm



Quoting QXatFAT (Reply 27):
Is this due to your cooking skills you talked about? Haha

My rats enjoy fine cooking, what can I say?
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 10:40 pm

Systems / people manager with £billion+ responsibility at one of the UK's top companies.

Have wondered about doing a job in the aviation industry, so something linked with my hobby,. but have decided not to - could what I enjoy so much become something that was a chore and no longer fun?
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 10:42 pm

Quoting B747forever (Reply 7):
Well interesting that you profile says that you are pilot.

GA, just because I say a pilot doesn't necessarily mean an Airline Pilot.

[Edited 2008-11-30 14:44:51]
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 10:47 pm

I run a electronic components distribution company - but ALWAYS find time to drink copiously and spend time with aviation nuts  Smile
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 11:04 pm



Quoting SkyGirl (Reply 25):
but I am considering joining a convent and becoming a nun.

What would DL87 do?
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 11:08 pm

I'm a global market analyst for a small consultancy that has only one client group - Toyota Motor and their vast network of suppliers and dealers. I also occasionally teach business English and presentation skills at local companies on the side as a favor to a friend.

Going to do a 180 in the fall when we return to the US to finish my professional pilot training, with a 5-year plan to eventually return to Asia for a flying career out this way.

[Edited 2008-11-30 15:08:59]
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 11:15 pm

I'm looking after all kinds of QC equipment at Canada's largest brewing company (yes, it's us again). So I'm repairing and calibrating GC's, modifying and developing GC methods if necessary, fixing O2 and CO2 meters, writing SOP's, etc...

[Edited 2008-11-30 15:36:19]
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 11:20 pm

The question reminds me of a party I was at a number of years ago when my friends were racing vintage cars and I was there to help out. This snooty lady was walking around asking every body "and what do you do?" inquiring about the racing. When she got to me I replied, "I stand around and look good." That shut her up for the night.  Big grin


Seriously though, I am a Parts and Service Manager and a new car dealer. Thanks for asking.
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 11:20 pm



Quoting GQfluffy (Reply 34):
What would DL87 do?

Or JetMech. The list of applicants is growing, by the looks of it.

I get paid to play around with boy toys (no sick mind here) - trains, ships, trucks, planes, etc. The only problem is that sometimes it has to make sense. But that's ok because some of the people we talk to cannot make sense of anything anyway.

 biggrin 

Right, I'm a consultant. As the joke goes, I am hired by people who want to know what time it is. So I steal their watch, tell them what time it is and send them a big invoice for their trouble.

 Smile
 
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 11:36 pm

I'm a junior in college (politics major, minors in business and European studies). I also have a part-time job right now: dog walker. It's a perfect student job, pays well, gets me a bit of extra exercise, and I get to play around with dogs. I'm extremely interested in traveling, art and art museums, continuously developing my cooking skills, and living in cities. My plan is to become a diplomat once I graduate. I don't know yet what plan B is.
 
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RE: What Do You Do?

Sun Nov 30, 2008 11:37 pm

I'm a horticulturist, which means you'll find me hiding in greenhouses talking to plants and occasionally being accosted by customers! I should point out that i work with 'legal' plants, and no, it doesn't mean they're allowed to drink booze  Wink I love the job, am extremely grateful for mp3's and definately happy that the plants can't talk back to me, otherwise i'd be the one buried in soil and not the other way round!! After work you'll find me either sitting at the bar catching up on the news with a brew in hand or sat at home with just enough willpower to pick up the guitar and annoy my neighbours  Smile

Cheers

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RE: What Do You Do?

Mon Dec 01, 2008 12:45 am

Currently taking an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer course down here in Vancouver. Hopefully can get a job back up north when I'm done. Previously at home in Whitehorse I had an great job in Cabin services for the local airline (basically cleaning and restocking the cabins, lavs and galleys) and before that was in high school most of the year and worked in the maintenance department at one of the local golf courses (driving mowers, raking sandtraps, weeding gardens, emptying trashcans, etc) for a summer job.

Basically just love being involved in aviation, but hate doing things that involve sitting in a chair all day.


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RE: What Do You Do?

Mon Dec 01, 2008 1:14 am

One job two very distinct sets of responsibilities

90% Crestron Certified Programmer. I stick pretty much to the commercial side of things (audio/visual automation and video conferencing for high end boardrooms, conference rooms, university lecture halls, etc.) ... My favorite project to date is programming a significant part of the system that Senators in a Commonwealth use to vote on the chamber floor.

(My company also does residential Crestron programming -- security/lighting/HVAC/Home theater as the type that you see on MTV Cribs and the like. I have a Crestron system in my home  Smile )

10% Network/Phone/Database/Systems administrator. Great way to stretch the brain and keep my Cisco IOS syntax fluency up... Mantain the company's network including two locations, 8 servers (for 7.5 full-time employees), SQL Server, Exchange, couple different firewall platforms, public facing Web and DNS servers. Voice Over IP (Asterisk) phone system across the enterprise. Done some cool things with Active Directory

I enjoy it, no two days are ever even remotely close to the same... I think if netadminning were any larger a portion of my job I'd go crazy... Like the day I walked into my office and there were 8 Cisco phones on my desk.
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RE: What Do You Do?

Mon Dec 01, 2008 2:50 am

I sell cars.

filler.
 
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RE: What Do You Do?

Mon Dec 01, 2008 3:02 am



Quoting SkySurfer (Reply 40):
I'm a horticulturist, which means you'll find me hiding in greenhouses talking to plants and occasionally being accosted by customers! I should point out that i work with 'legal' plants, and no, it doesn't mean they're allowed to drink booze Wink I love the job, am extremely grateful for mp3's and definately happy that the plants can't talk back to me, otherwise i'd be the one buried in soil and not the other way round!! After work you'll find me either sitting at the bar catching up on the news with a brew in hand or sat at home with just enough willpower to pick up the guitar and annoy my neighbours Smile

Cheers

Stu

I'm a Marine Scientist currently. grew up in the family greenhouse business, ran like hell for the ocean, and am now wondering if I'll be back at owning or working in a greenhouse at some point in the future...
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RE: What Do You Do?

Mon Dec 01, 2008 4:24 am



Quoting GQfluffy (Reply 34):
What would DL87 do?



Quoting WunalaYann (Reply 38):
Or JetMech. The list of applicants is growing, by the looks of it.

Haha, you make it sound like we're doing a reality show... the bachelorette: a.net edition.
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RE: What Do You Do?

Mon Dec 01, 2008 4:28 am

Day job: ISM (purser) - head stew, the one in charge, lead attendant (the list goes on).

Quoting SkyGirl (Reply 25):
Flight Attendant. Stewardess. Sky Girl. Lady on the plane. Hey you, can I get a coke?

Any one of those applies to me, although I'm starting to enjoy the generic nonsense of it.

I got used to it a long time ago. Call me anything you want, just don't call me late for dinner.

Night job: Being at and making a great home for me and my family (husband and cat). Thinking of going back to school to refine some skills, learn some others.
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RE: What Do You Do?

Mon Dec 01, 2008 4:28 am



Quoting SkyGirl (Reply 30):
My rats enjoy fine cooking, what can I say?

I didnt know that T.V. dinner sulsberry steak was fine cooking  Confused

Haha  Wink
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RE: What Do You Do?

Mon Dec 01, 2008 5:38 am



Quoting SkyGirl (Reply 45):
the bachelorette: a.net edition.

And you enjoy every second of it.
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RE: What Do You Do?

Mon Dec 01, 2008 5:40 am

I'm an Account Manager for Apple Inc.

Working on CASA CPL.

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