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View Poll Results: What do you do for a living
Technology 51 35.17%
Medicine 15 10.34%
Finance 14 9.66%
Management 31 21.38%
Craftsperson 30 20.69%
Engineering 23 15.86%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 145. You may not vote on this poll

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I've been self employed most of my adult life, owned my own small businesses. Got my first sailboat when I was in the beekeeping business living in the mountains of north central Washington state. It's been downhill from then on:-))
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I don't no what to check. They left out a lot of other choices. There are (school going) kids, unemployed, non employed Admirals, retired people etc. around here. They don't work for money but do sail.
As a manager I quit working in my mid 30ties and spend my money around the world so all mentioned catogories can make their money.
So at least make a catagory unemployed or retired. I did not vote!
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Do I really have to say?
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Territory manager for a payments processing company(credit card, check, and payroll processing). I quess that would be technology, management, and finance.
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