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Machinist, welder and fabricator mostly.......and i guess since engineer's for factories pay our shop to do all their work im a degree-less engineer lol.
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i've worked as a snowboard coach at various places and mtns over the past 7 years, currently i'm coaching at woodward at copper.
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Quality engineer. I basically work on road projects in Wyoming during the warm months and get a nice long paid vacation during the winter. The work is sometimes kind of blah and I could probably be doing more with my degree but I cant complain. My office has wheels and parks in some pretty cool places(Teton National Park , Wind River Range last summer/fall) and I get to drive a big truck like Im filming a truck commercial. Being able to ride everyday is nice too

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Software Engineer in a well known publishing company but not one of these geeks, i am a very active guy, a guy that hits gyms everyday and everyweekend slopes but other than that i am on my computer 15 hours a day

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i've worked as a snowboard coach at various places and mtns over the past 7 years, currently i'm coaching at woodward at copper.
What discipline do you coach?
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What discipline do you coach?
I can coach it all pretty much but I'm more experienced coaching slope style and pipe along with general riding techniques that help with certain freestyle aspects.
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Was software engineerer for 10 years. Good money, interesting but senseless work. Remember this one evening in the stable: I had the strong feeling, I did something more useful with feeding the horses and sweeping the alley than during the entire week programming dumb applications for a lifeless insurance.

Thus I registered at university and studied biology. Finishing my PhD in pharmacogenetics (clinical cancer research) now. I'm sure I'll never again earn as much as when I quit the SW engineerer job but now I think I'm doing something useful
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Here's a view from my "office" at times.

We fix wireless stuff....911, radio, tv, etc.
It's a blast.

Now, if I could only get the courage to hit the BIG jumps!
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