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Discussion in 'Mid Atlantic' started by super fish, Jul 30, 2011.
I tend bar in Oc Md from May til Nov. Then tend bar in Pr from Dec-May
I work as an engineer, and I do have a decent amount of time to surf. The last company I worked for was really demanding, but on some fun swells I just plain walked out of my office early just to go to the beach, and just made the time up the next day. Most guys there did that anyway to run some errands, pick up kids from school, etc., so I figured my case was no different. Just like any job, you can find an office that's located on the beach and you can surf almost everyday. What's hard about that is you will end up falling in love with the convenient situation, and you may pass up better career opportunities because you're afraid that they will take you away from the ocean.
Work as an EMI Engineering Tech.
(In my garage I'm working on an electromagnetic emitter aka “shark repellant” that will ward off sharks and install on my board - ) Seriously though, I've always been drawn to the ocean and marine life. Used to scuba dive but it's been a while. Lived inland for about 8 years and almost went crazy but moved back closer to shore and glad I did!
PKI Engineer. If I'm lucky I could be considered a weekend warrior but not since my two year old was born.
Geographer for Homeland Security and Semi professional Ultimate Frisbee player... though it isn't a job (even though we have sponsors) I probably spend just as much time preparing for Ultimate as I do at my "real job". The geographer job has wacky hours for 10-14 days in a row but then I get a week off to travel, surf, dork around. Can't complain.
I'm expanding the paid search arm of an internet marketing firm in eatontown.
This place sucks. Anyone need marketing analytics?
I am a project manager at a petroleum chemical company. I spent the last 5 years working in diesel engine development and applications at 2 different OEM's. I have a mechanical engineering degree and only started surfing after I moved from the coast. I would give my left nut to move back to Charleston, SC or some nice coastal town.
8 years?!? i tried living inland for 1 before i lost my ****!!
LOL ! You nailed me...good one, G-Man ! (you're right...already did that one time, ain't lookin' to repeat my dumb behavior!)
Beer delivery. Keeps me in shape.
BS in Geology. Project Manager for an Environmental Consulting firm. I've been w/ the same company for the past 11 yrs.
i do pornographic illustrations for adult comic books
ive seen your work. very intriguing. why do you always draw yourself in the background?
RN & Pro Snowboard/Ski Patrol (Leader)
Ginsu..........where's home base when you patrol?
I see that a lot of you are civil engineers, I am 25 and have a Bachelors in Finance and currently work in the insurance industry as an analyst. I am looking to possibly switch careers to the civil/environmental engineering field. It would be great if I could hear from some of you about the field...pros/cons, career paths, job availability, and anything else that would be useful to know. I want to get some more information before I start applying to schools etc. Feel free to PM me anytime. Thanks!
I own a bar mix company. www.patrickhenrys.com
I am in the finance world too.. I can't stand it.. I have considered going back to school for Comp Sci or Environmental Sciences.. I really don't know how many colleges offer a part time evening program for either of these majors.. I also wonder how the job prospects are in these 2 fields.. All I know is I can't imagine doing what I do now for the next 30 years.. Everyone I work with are dead.. I definitely want to do something I have more passion for..
i work in advertising. its a decent job but would love something more flexible. anyone need any help getting a job in the field wouldnt mind passing resumes along.