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post #11 of 23 Old 11-07-2012, 08:15 PM
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i was just wondering out of everyone that has a college degree on here, who all is in there field of study job wise? just curious lol
BSc in Computer Science . . . which I don't use at all in my job doing micro chip physical designs . . . .

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I wasn't fortunate enough to be able to go to college, not enough money in the household when I graduated. I worked odd jobs here and there, until I found my current career on a drilling rig digging for oil and gas. Have been in the profession for almost 20 years in Texas USA. Decided that I wanted to travel the world so I am now currently working in Saudi Arabia doing the same type of work. Moved to the Philippines last October in 2011.

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I have a bachelors degree in Information Science, and am currently studying postgrad computer forensics. My current work is IT Support, Database Developer, Internal Auditor, Business Analyst, mobile app developer and Network/Communications Engineer.

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I started out as a fitter & turner then specialized welding then signwriter & now a mechanic , I tend to get bored easy.
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Bachelors in engineering, forestry, and gis. Working as a forester, which uses a ton of gis nowadays. working on mba currently so I can get a cushy position when I get too old to enjoy beating through the woods.
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From England i have;
GNVQ in Animal Welfare, ( worked with animals from 14-16)
BS in Microbiology. (worked with Yopliat doing Lab work for 7 years)

From The US i have;
AS in Computer science
BS in Data Communication (networking.. how the interweb works) ( currently work for ADP, working support/training ADP Employee's)

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