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What do you do for a living

Discussion in 'The Aqua Lounge' started by bradster85, Feb 5, 2012.

  1. -serok-

    -serok- Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Wow... there are a lot of engineers here. Well... I'm an engineer for electronics and automation. So there is one more ;)

    Maybe someday i'll earn my money with aquascaping or any other hobby. Maybe...

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  2. tirtha1979

    tirtha1979 New Member

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    I am another IT Slave (Test Quality Manager) :smug:
     
  3. choenky

    choenky New Member

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    Self employed interior designer, owned a small furniture workshop
    I ask my worker to make cabinet and lamphood for my tank :-p
     
  4. Vintage

    Vintage New Member

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    I'm 14, so I don't have a "living" yet, but I'm going to college to become an architect. I hope to incorporate aquascapes into many of my designs :)
     
  5. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    these thread is becoming more and more fun, guys please keep the postings coming o:)
     
  6. bradster85

    bradster85 New Member

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    Thanks juri. Lets try for 10 pages. Brad
     
  7. sworrall

    sworrall Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Im an IT field engineer in the week and I do wedding photography at the weekends. Hoping to go full time on the photography in a few years if I can :)
     
  8. saumya

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    i have a bachelors in architecture, and a masters in urban design. i quit my job in an IT multinational some years ago,
    presently working as an architect, i also do freelance 3d archviz.
     
  9. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    Stu you deserve to become full time photographer, I'm subscribed to your flickr account :proud:
     
  10. phemps

    phemps New Member

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    No engineer here:-p i work at a fiberoptics technology company. In fact im at work right now as im typing this ha
     
  11. moss_maniac

    moss_maniac Aspiring Aquascaper

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    I'm an art teacher at a junior high school
    and I have a holiday flat in Bavaria
     
  12. kapruslita

    kapruslita New Member

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    interior designer)
     
  13. Shadow

    Shadow Moderator Staff Member

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    to those interior designer, did you incorporate Aquarium in your design? ;)
     
  14. choenky

    choenky New Member

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    So far not yet, but will try it in the future
    It will be fun !!
     
  15. tenshu

    tenshu New Member

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    I am a webdeveloper at a webagency located in Paris.
    Soon I'll leave the Paris region, I'm living 70km away from Paris.
    Because you know even there "the rent is too damn high" and it takes me 1h30 to reach the office by train.

    Hopefully after moving, i'll get more space for the hobby, and 30% cheaper rent at least.
     
  16. kapruslita

    kapruslita New Member

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    necessary if there is a desire of the customer
     
  17. justo-23

    justo-23 New Member

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    I am an amusement park mechanic, that's right... for Rollercoasters to Go-karts and everything in between :D

    (doesn't pay all that great which is why i don't have much to show yet in terms of aquascaping)
     
  18. sworrall

    sworrall Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Thanks Juri, much appreciated :) Im not there yet but maybe someday ...
     
  19. lucasgg

    lucasgg Active Aquascaper

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    I vacuum my pearnts house. :)
     
  20. randy0319

    randy0319 Aspiring Aquascaper

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    I'm retired and on a fixed income but still teaching pottery at an art center and occasionally cleaning houses...my fish tanks dominate my apartment. I have had many different jobs, from teaching English at Kyodai University in Kyoto, to opperating a Ferros wheel at a small amusement park when I was much younger. I have designed Japanese gardens, and served Cherries Jubilie at a very fine dining club. I tried to get a job at a LFS but I guess that I was too old and not up on salt water tanks as much as they would like. Those of you who aquascape for a living are so very lucky to be living the dream.
     

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