Author Topic: Work Megathread  (Read 3617 times)

Imagine a really unprofessional IT professional.

That's me.

I work at Chick Fil A. It may not be a flashy high paying job, but I still love it.


I work in a grocery store deli

McDonalds. Easy money
I have a friend who worked at McDonalds and she hated it so much (coworkers treated her like crap) she quit and I helped her get a job at my workplace because even though the pay wasnt as good, she was treated way better and the job was easier.
« Last Edit: November 04, 2016, 11:20:27 PM by Planr »

I work for an injection molding company
we make some parts for kia and hyundai. a few of the parts go to other suppliers first and THEN those two, but everything we make does end up at one of those two companies eventually
I could get a 3% discount on a kia or a hyundai through my job, so that's......... something, I guess
software developer at a small ERP company
part of my job involves using some jank ass korean ERP system, hope the stuff u make is better than what we got lol

Currently in the motions to take up a plumbing apprenticeship. Skilled trade FTW

Skilled trade FTW
I agree. I don't want to do it, but I'm very glad there are people who do

Red Robin, pretty easy, I end up making 12 or 13 an hour because I make tips on top of minimum wage. Only complaint is not getting enough shifts (1-3 a week)

I agree. I don't want to do it, but I'm very glad there are people who do

I am very happy to do it no matter how hard the job is because it pays very well. On top of that, plumbers are needed everywhere, meaning I can work (and live) everywhere

I'm a software engineer at a company making camera systems. Fortunately I'm not stuck working on dumb business management systems and get to work on algorithms and system design.

Currently in the motions to take up a plumbing apprenticeship. Skilled trade FTW
Nice. Plumbing is one of the higher paid trades too.

part of my job involves using some jank ass korean ERP system, hope the stuff u make is better than what we got lol
we recently had a customer switch to us after wasting over half a mil on trying epicor so i guess that counts for something

I'm starting as a ski lift operator again in a month when the mountain opens for the season.  I'm also applying to software / IT internships though there are not many within like a 90 minute drive which really sucks.

I am very happy to do it no matter how hard the job is because it pays very well. On top of that, plumbers are needed everywhere, meaning I can work (and live) everywhere
for real?
« Last Edit: November 05, 2016, 09:27:16 PM by Planr »

for real?
No, plumbers are restricted to living in internment camps outside of America's cities.

Integration specialist tech. Employed by Boeing, currently contractor for NASA. Working hands on with SLS