What do you do for a job?

GTAIVgunner

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I've changed job since I updated this too. I'm now a trainee bus driver - Wanted a change from IT :icon thumright:
 

KrisKrk

A6 C6 4F 2010 LeMans Avant
Latest profession started since my last update is Sales Executive at CCTV equipment distribution company


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Cornish John

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Well after leaving the Royal Navy, completing 32 years service as an electronics engineer.
I now work at a Holiday Park 20mins up the road as an electrician.
Leaving the dream!!
 

Peter123

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I was an aircraft engineer, followed by an IT professional. Now a Baker because I loaf about all day (retired).:yes:
 

Gavin96

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My job is lawn treatment specialist. Keeping those lawns moss and weed free ! Great in the summer but im willing to swap my job with someone in the winter when its freezing ! :cold:
 

Chris518

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Hi
I drive a 44 tonne articulated truck for a company called Agribulk. Out all week in it cover between 1500 to 2000 miles a week.
Chris
 

Clemon Lee Turk

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Now I'm an IT guy. I design and test programs. Like, consulting, you know. But before that, I happened to be a trucker. Tough job for sure. Of course, it's cool to cross countries, see new places. But when your day is 12 hrs driving and 12 sleep then it starts to irritate pretty soon. Once I had to buy a new semi-truck. And it was uneasy. Finally, I found this site https://www.truck1.co.uk/used/semi-trailers but actually I almost lost the job because I couldn't get a new s-t before new delivery.
 

Simon Lowe

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I work (as a subcontractor) for a very well known F1 Team making all manner of things out of carbon fiber.
Well you’ll know a good friend and fellow golfer of mine Scott who is employed doing the same at a well know three pointed star F1 team
 

CarbonMike

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That's a cool job

Yea its alright to be honest.

Been fortunate enough to work on various projects at different places over the last 12 years or so... Mclaren P1 & F1 GTR, Noble M600, Aston Martin WEC, Porsche 919 WEC etc aswell as other non car stuff like satellites, aircraft & prototype stuff etc.
 

Riccird1

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Survey engineer. I do all sorts of stuff related to geomatics and surveying. Seabed mapping, ROV's, drones, stakeouts of constructions, data collection for planning, laserscanning etc. Varied and fun job.
 

w88chy

Here bud, that’s nae a bonk machine, it’s a fence
Fuel Tanker Driver, love the job - compared to general haulage its a different world.
 

Gaz78

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Window cleaner and Plasterer (strange combo I know)

Gaz
 

Gaz78

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Window cleaner and Plasterer (strange combo I know)

Gaz
 

w88chy

Here bud, that’s nae a bonk machine, it’s a fence
Snap! I’m also a fuel tanker driver,you on a rigid or artic pal? Who do you work for?

Artic mate, I’m with Greenergy Flexigrid up here in Glasgow
 

royalsteve68

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Work for myself as an IT and Telecoms contractor. Ive been contracting most of the past 25 years. Worked in all the Mobile telcos and a number of their suppliers.

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w88chy

Here bud, that’s nae a bonk machine, it’s a fence
Cool,I drive a rigid for Brogan Fuels/Certas Energy down in the borders

What depot?

I used to do some bridging work for Certas through FTS, done St Boswell’s, Coldstream, Wooler, Dumfries etc

The guys I spoke to on the wheelers were happy enough, I love what I do now - mostly Esso/Sainsburys filling stations, compared to FTS it’s a walk in the park.
 

royalsteve68

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I,m a HGV driver mainly doing flat trailer work for our main customer who are foundation engineers,
Here,s my office for the week every week.
Its fully kitted out with fridge/freezer,microwave,coffee maker,heated/cooled leather seats,double glazing,built in phone,sat nav and upgraded stereo,oh and a great 16ltr V8 under the cab View attachment 154452
Nice. Do you own it

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royalsteve68

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In 2010, due to family difficulties and not able to find suitable work, I started my own small business working from home. It's now flourished and expanded... don't earn huge amounts of money but it's sure better than being on benefits
Agreed. Good attitude.

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royalsteve68

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Work for myself as an IT and Telecoms contractor. Ive been contracting most of the past 25 years. Worked in all the Mobile telcos and a number of their suppliers.

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I specialise in Business Analysis and Business process improvement

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