im a student. doing electrical and mechanical engineering. when we actually get to do stuff its great but when we just sit in lectures and tutorials doing sums it sucks a bit. graduate in a year and hopefully go to aberdeen and work for some oil company where the money aint too shabby lol
[quote]I'm a university programme administrator which is ok most of the time but can become a bit boring at times.
aye strathclyde - the only uni in the world that i know of that is made up of loads of random buildings dotted about, where you can have a 15 minute walk from one building to the other - such an odd set up!! probably the only uni that you sit your exams in an old converted church as well lol
ironically, i work in a fish and chip restaurant! hahaha. i only work part time, i am a full time mum of 1, but i had to get a part time job to stop me from talking like a baby and slowly going insane!!!!
i am what is referred to as a Pallet Artisan. i work at a local pallet repair shop fixing pallets and washing out trailers for truck drivers. monotonous work but it pays the bills.
in a couple years i will be starting my own business in gasket and seal products. my family already has one shop and ill be opening another on the other side of our state. we do custom gasket-work and such.
after alot of thought, we might build a small pallet shop with the building, and have my own repair and washout facility. seems to be a great way to bring in cash on the side.
Well im 16, but im doing nearly the same work I hope to do in the future.
I play with horses I ride, train, groom, care for, etc. I help my trainer take care of them barn, but nothing too much. After college I hope to be a barn manager at a big english barn, and someday own my barn where I want to breed Arabians, Holsteiners and Paints.