What type of work do you do?

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» Thu Feb 14, 2008 5:05 pm
I am in contract sales mostly sale to insurance companies...
so a part of my job is entertaining accounts....hence the warrios season tickets
dinner a few drinks then off to the roaracle.
and yes i am sharing the fun part of my job...why share the boring parts right?
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» Fri Feb 15, 2008 9:23 am
I'm still getting my degree, but I'm currently interning at a PR firm where I'll have a career after my schooling's over. The only change will be the title, from "intern" to "junior associate" once I graduate... and, hopefully, up the ladder from there.
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» Fri Feb 15, 2008 12:20 pm
Great thread. Cool learning about the "other lives" of our members.

Well, I have no interesting side of my job unless your a tech dork like me.

I am a Data Warehouse Developer. Have been in the IT field for about 11 years now. My job mostly entail the extraction and manipulation of data from transactional ERP systems into a separate Data Warehouse environment. I also do some report writing on the data I have loaded.

Is that THRILLING for you guys! :wink:
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» Fri Feb 15, 2008 12:24 pm
badabing8888 wrote:Is that THRILLING for you guys! :wink:


Tough call if I have to choose between Thunder's and yours... :mrgreen:
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» Fri Feb 15, 2008 12:37 pm
TMC wrote:
badabing8888 wrote:Is that THRILLING for you guys! :wink:


Tough call if I have to choose between Thunder's and yours... :mrgreen:


LOL!!!!

I could have a very different tale to tell as a good family friend was a bigwig at Electronic Arts and I had a chance to get an entry level job in their EA Sports department but I passed because I had another offer at a lot more money.
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» Fri Feb 15, 2008 1:28 pm
badabing8888 wrote:
TMC wrote:
badabing8888 wrote:Is that THRILLING for you guys! :wink:


Tough call if I have to choose between Thunder's and yours... :mrgreen:


LOL!!!!

I could have a very different tale to tell as a good family friend was a bigwig at Electronic Arts and I had a chance to get an entry level job in their EA Sports department but I passed because I had another offer at a lot more money.


Yeah, I've read that EA is not a bad place to be... but they don't pay much and deadlines are really a b*tch.

Of course, it's not first hand experience. Might have been a pissed off employee... :wink:
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» Fri Feb 15, 2008 2:18 pm
Yeah, never really looked into it very closely so I have no idea.

But while not exciting, I really do enjoy my work.

And I already had my "fun" job when I ran the bar that all the warriors and other athletes and actors hung out at. That was FUN!

Now it is time to be responsible and a roof over my children's head's!
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» Fri Feb 15, 2008 2:42 pm
badabing8888 wrote:Yeah, never really looked into it very closely so I have no idea.

But while not exciting, I really do enjoy my work.

And I already had my "fun" job when I ran the bar that all the warriors and other athletes and actors hung out at. That was FUN!

Now it is time to be responsible and a roof over my children's head's!


I'm sure there are lots of stories to tell about that "fun job" of yours, bada... :wink:
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» Fri Feb 15, 2008 2:50 pm
I just lost my job i was an account manager for a company called compusa wich went out of business.... my store closed its doors last week, just came from an interview at pelco its funny the guy that interviewed me
was one of the guys i trained at compusa haha all we talked about was compusa closing anyway i made it to a second interview.

unemployment checks suck.... its a good thing i won a good ammount of money
at catche creek last year. :mrgreen:

PS I'M THINKING OF PUTTING A RESUME IN TO BE THE WARRIORS ASSISTANT GM SO I CAN MAKE THOSE TRADES THAT ALL YOU GUYS LIKE SO MUCH :mrgreen:
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» Fri Feb 15, 2008 3:02 pm
mista240sx wrote:PS I'M THINKING OF PUTTING A RESUME IN TO BE THE WARRIORS ASSISTANT GM SO I CAN MAKE THOSE TRADES THAT ALL YOU GUYS LIKE SO MUCH :mrgreen:


GOOD ONE mista :D

Good luck with your job search
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» Fri Feb 15, 2008 3:39 pm
MIgtht not be too much of a surprise, after SFSFSF's complaints about tests, but high school history teacher here.

Yes, yes, (insert joke about teens/crappy job/immaturity).
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» Fri Feb 15, 2008 3:49 pm
drazz wrote:MIgtht not be too much of a surprise, after SFSFSF's complaints about tests, but high school history teacher here.

Yes, yes, (insert joke about teens/crappy job/immaturity).


You should get paid more.


As for EA - As much as I loathe the company for their business practices I can say that their terrible treatment of employees has benefitted me. Because they overworked their engineers California passed a law last year saying people in our industry had to be paid overtime - so that worked out for me.
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» Sat Feb 16, 2008 2:59 am
Thunder wrote:
drazz wrote:MIgtht not be too much of a surprise, after SFSFSF's complaints about tests, but high school history teacher here.

Yes, yes, (insert joke about teens/crappy job/immaturity).


You should get paid more.


No sh*t. It's not an easy job at all.

Thunder wrote:As for EA - As much as I loathe the company for their business practices I can say that their terrible treatment of employees has benefitted me. Because they overworked their engineers California passed a law last year saying people in our industry had to be paid overtime - so that worked out for me.


Yeah... and you're lucky you have that kind of regulation. There's nothing like that around here, so you have to work overtime on a regular basis if you want to keep your job... and, instead of paying you for it, you get one free day once you've done enough hours...
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» Sat Feb 16, 2008 5:42 am
TMC wrote:
Thunder wrote:As for EA - As much as I loathe the company for their business practices I can say that their terrible treatment of employees has benefitted me. Because they overworked their engineers California passed a law last year saying people in our industry had to be paid overtime - so that worked out for me.


Yeah... and you're lucky you have that kind of regulation. There's nothing like that around here, so you have to work overtime on a regular basis if you want to keep your job... and, instead of paying you for it, you get one free day once you've done enough hours...



Over here we have "work place agreements" which pretty much make things better for the employer and worse for employees, giving you less rate of pay if you do overtime. If you happen to be in a company where there is no WPA, you get time and a half (1.5 times your hourly rate) if you work over 8 hours on any given day and/or over 38 hours in a week

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