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We all can't be making a living from YouTube ect so what's your daily job? 

I'm a carer for a disabled person who is my wife. I work around 16 hours a day for about £9 a day, so crap money but worth it. 

Hope this will be a fun one as I know it makes alsorts to turn the world plus it may help if anyone needs help ect. 

Thanks folks

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i am a professional stalker. lol

i do information technology investigations and i work in cyber security.

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I had to retire due to health reason but I was mainly in the enforcent and investigative field. I also did a bit of journalism. My pension and what's left of my reserve keeps me afloat.  

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International jewel thief and part time Tupperware salesman. 

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2 hours ago, Rustednut63 said:

International jewel thief and part time Tupperware salesman. 

Symbiotic employment. You have a place to put your gems. Just be careful not to sell sell your tupperware without checking them first.

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I work at a British Motor Racing Circuit. Involved in the motorsports industry. 

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1 hour ago, xTiffAngelx said:

I work at a British Motor Racing Circuit. Involved in the motorsports industry. 

Cool!👍

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Don't get paid or anything, post on random forums, because I get easily bored stuck at home (not related to the pandemdic).

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I'm an artist of my cartoon , doing some walking activity in days and evenings.

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I'm a board member of the local press, a pressphotographer and journalist. Which all is voluntary as our press agency is a simple local initiative without government funding, so we solely run on advertisements, mainly Google Ads. 

For my main job i run a hedgehog research & education center. Considering it's online and a very small business though i have global customers, i work alone and i'm a webdesigner, course developer, independant scientist and much, much more. It's the world's only specialised research center into hedgehogs specifically as they're pretty underaestimated.

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As you could tell from profile pic, I drive semi trucks as my day joj. I do whatever it takes to get the joj done right the first time. So I could go home and spend a lot of money the firs...

Nevermind the YTP reference, trucking is pretty cool. But since the pandemic began, work's been kind of slow even though it's raw milk we haul. Lots of drivers jumping onto whatever load's are available. Some screaming about only getting 2-4 loads a week. While I just budget myself out and enjoy the more days off a week I get.

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Forgot to mention, I am retired.

Think I've posted this somewhere.

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I'm a cnc programmer for a structural steel company and blacksmiths 

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11 hours ago, Two-Track Treasures said:

I haul dirt. 240 US tons at a time

Are you an "expert miner" too? 🙂
I heard if you weld on those trucks, you qualify.

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I was a Elementary Special Ed aide for 21 years. Drove a semi for U.S. Xpress for 6 months. I got a blood clot in my Lung, couldn't drive anymore. Working at Amazon for almost 2 years.

Best job, being a grandma!💓😉

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For the last 17 years I've worked in IT for a State government agency.  Before that over 13 years at Boeing/NASA in IT plus 15 months in Moscow, Russia working for NASA and the RSA.  IT operation across nine site in Moscow plus mission support during Shuttle Mir docking missions.

Yeah, don't really believe in aliens.......but now Bigfoot that's something else!  EWU Bob should do a bigfoot hunt!!!

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Original Explore Forum member. Just found you guys again 🙂 Published book author of historic non-fiction, photographer and transaction coordinator for real estate brokers.  I do other stuff, but these are the main ones 🙂

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I'm a full time narcoleptic. Before that, I was an editor and writer for various places. 

Now, I'm still narcoleptic but life took a twist and blessed me with becoming guardian to my niece and nephew. My niece has cerebral palsy, so caring for her, my nephew, my mom, and myself is now my full time job.

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3 hours ago, Lee Ann said:

I'm a full time narcoleptic. Before that, I was an editor and writer for various places. 

Now, I'm still narcoleptic but life took a twist and blessed me with becoming guardian to my niece and nephew. My niece has cerebral palsy, so caring for her, my nephew, my mom, and myself is now my full time job.

Welcome, Lee Ann. Two friends of mine, a married couple, are both narcoleptic. I am in awe with how they deal with the challenges of raising an active toddler, and have a new baby on the way, while also living life with narcolepsy.  I wish you all the best in your new role in life 🙂

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@Lee Ann if I may be a little nosy... do you experience cataplexy at any level with narcolepsy? It can be quite a nightmare but thankfully I only experienced mild forms of cataplexy. But my narcolepsy was still considered a safety hazard for the Ministry of Transport and they removed my driver's license. I still managed! I do take many power naps. 🤣

All the best.

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Artic Thunder, 

You too! I'm honestly shocked. I know a few narcoleptics online but never met one in real life! Well, except myself, lol. I guess that's normal since it's kind of rare and I live in the boondocks, lol.

Oh, and yeah, I have cataplexy too. It's not as bad as a lot of people have it though. Unless I'm laughing really hard. I have learned when I'm driving and someone is making me laugh, to kind of short circuit myself. Mostly its knee buckling and talking like I'm drunk (or lisping).

I drive but after naps, lol

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