Post by Joseph Hammond on Jan 3, 2011 21:34:37 GMT -5
What does everyone on here do for a living?
I'm a Multicraft Technician. I'm a Certified Welder, Machinist, Mechanic, Electrician, and Controls Technician. I currently employed as an Instrumentation and Controls Technician.
I went to college after I got out of the USAF, and took Welding and Machining Technology. Then I got my degree in Electro-Mechanical Technology and have been working in manufacturing plants ranging from Plywood to Circuit Board manufacturing.
Post by John Wilson on Jan 3, 2011 21:56:45 GMT -5
I'm an analyst for a health care company now. But before this I did controls engineering for automation and robotics.
Of all the work I've done, I really regret not learning welding and machining. I can do ultra-basic stuff like light MIG welding and turning down a shaft on a lathe, but my skill is laughable to somebody who knows what they are doing. I love watching an old-timer who can turn out work on a mill or lathe that goes beyond what I thought was possible. I appreciate anyone who has transcended being a craftsman and has become a real artist of their craft.
i always wanted to become a scientist in physics or biochemistry field. but now i am working as a physician with opd care facility .giving advices to patients with fever ,diabetes ,blood presssure etc. it has become a boring job...but need to live ... i love to feel thrill in everything. hope research in genitics or immunology may be one area i may finally land up. trying hard to score high in Usmle exams this year...target is at a neurology seat at Mayo's clinic