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What y'all do for a living
#61
In the Army. Been in over 7 years now. Looking at going the full 20 with no clue what to do afterwards. This hobby gives me the peace of mind I can't get anywhere else.
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#62
I am an IT from NJIT, but currently working as an audio engineer & audiovisual freelancer. I also set and rent DJ e0uipments including audiovisual. weekend DJ, play in a band, BMW tech...Got a degree in architecture in the caribbean which is = 0 in the US and tons of boring stuff...I am new in Florida, so not making big $$$$. my living room is full of RC stuff, wife will kill me soon.
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#63
Dang DJ, hella skillz.... i was born into musician life but ended up in oil industry which has not paid off. So ive decided to change my field. For now imma start at the bottom working for Nissan delivering cars. Was unemployed since the beginning of the year. Figured i learn what is needed and move up from there.
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