I work third shift at a box fold/glue plant. KK donuts at the moment. I mostly choose night shift. I didnt think so many adults would still think this way. I thought I was the only one.
Hmm not many people like night shifts my stepdad always complains about them I didn't think jobs tied in with Therianthropy at all but hey I'm new too X3
I Occupy Wall St. >
That made me lol for some reason XD
I have no occupation lol high school student.. But also entrepreneur and investor trying to diversify income streams. I own a large domain portfolio and several turnkey automated websites.. Amongst other streams.
Dream job? Forest Ranger for Parks Canada.
Me I'm still a student like you, I'm planning on becoming a Scientist and an entrepreneur in the clothing's area.
Have you ever had a goal on who you wanted to be before middle school? I've had these goals since before Elementary.Some people find it weird so I wanted to see if anyone else in the community was like this.
I am a public safety officer. I mostly work at night, and usually in small groups. It suits me.
When I was growing up, I've always wanted to be a paleontologist.
And I still do. I do amature work as often as I can whenever an expedition comes up available. Most fossils that are discovered are found by amature paleontologists. They dig the field work.
Well my husband was Infantry Sargent for the U.S. Army for 10yrs. Now that he's out...he works for the Illinois Dept of Corrections on their tactical team....and I'm not sure if him being Wolf has anything to do with it....but he definitely feels that he belongs in some sort of security....
He would have loved to made a career with the Army....he felt, and still feels now, that what he did was the only thing he's good at. But needless to say multiple deployments took their toll.
As for me...I'm in school to get my degree in biology and other fields so I can start an internship, then eventually work for a Wolf sanctuary.
And I'm pretty sure that has something to do with me being Wolf as well.....
hmm I always thought they would be most common in engineering, that's what I'm studying.