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Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by JoePlaysDaBass, Dec 14, 2009.
Full time luthier (no basses...Damn) at Bourgeois Guitars
Aircraft mechanic for 8 years.......
Now Im a firefighter/paramedic in So. Fla.
I work in a warehouse right now and am working my way thru college to be a firefighter/medic.
Full time mom (some people get paid for childcare...)
part-time bell choir director and bass player at church (only get paid for the bell choir part but we're working on that...)
Occasional music transcriber (occasionally there's work...)
and part-time college student (web development/programming) because my MIS degree is so old and unused that I'm no longer employable. (And so I can revamp the transcribing site so there's more work...)
Manufacturing Engineer by day for a Communications company that designs/manufactures CDMA Radio Access Networks
TRANSLATION: The guy who helps your cell phone actually reach other cell phones by ensuring the integrity of the system hardware
corporate banker by necessity
I get paid to clean the urinals at the local strip club.
Seems like a lot of engineer / scientist type folk. At least more than you'd expect from a normalized sample of the population.
Doesn't surprise me. I'm an electrical engineer, have spent the last 30+ years in electric power system protection and control. Currently branch manager for a consulting company in that field.
Sr. Business Systems Analyst and IT Project Manager for a Transportation and Warehousing Logistics firm. We sell dedicated transportation and warehousing as well as a Software as a Service.
I'm like the character in Office Space that "takes the requirements from the customer and gives them to the engineers".
Goin to college as a music major and washin dishes at a local restaraunt.
I'm a sous chef. It's kind of contradicting to being a bassist. Cuts and burns on your hands happen all the time. Slicing open the pad of your index on your fret hand 4 hours before a gig is not the ideal playing situation.
Commercial lease insurance, licensed in about sixteen states. It's as exciting as it sounds.
@chef four string
I know what you mean. After slicing a pound and a half green onions i cut my right index finger. Had a show that night with my thrash metal band. I play a six string with my fingers haha.
Investment Manager offering three-part Service: Long-term planning, intermediate investment strategy, and near-term risk management. My clients love me.
I managed a UPS Store in Somerset, KY for 2 years. I handled more amps & basses there, than anywhere else. Overall it was a pretty sweet job.
Now I'm a Lineman & Airframes Mechanic at W38 in Williamsburg, KY.
I've also been acquiring gear for musicians at a small finders fee for the past 4 years which makes me an extra $500-600 a month.
RN, working on an Oncology/Hematology floor.
I am a graphic designer for a screenprinting company.
I work at a desicant factory. I just graduated college and looking for a new career. Maybe going to grad school.
I'm a Design and Technology Teacher!
Retired Male Stripper
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