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martyntdci

What Does Everybody Do As Job?

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I'm the "Digital Production Executive" for a Fleet Car Magazine, sounds fancy but in short i take the photos, film the videos and do a lot of the in house design work

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Currently a taxi driver, lost my job as a Police Officer two years back.

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Currently a taxi driver, lost my job as a Police Officer two years back.

Which service were you with?

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I'm Devon & Cornwall for my sins.

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I'm Devon & Cornwall for my sins.

You still happy doing it?

I was only in for a little over two years, literally completed my degree and all the rest of the Student phase.

I would (and could, just to clear any possible 'were you bent' remarks that individuals tend to ask) go back, elsewhere though! Far far away from MerPol!

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Love the job even with all the cuts and lost posts.

I work two dogs so I'm kept pretty busy.

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Ah great stuff, I spent two night shifts with a dog patrol and it was great to see how things are from their perspective. Enjoyed the pub walk throughs, didn't return to the station empty handed! :)

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My dual purpose search dog keeps the evidence lockers full, and the other one fills the cells pretty well.

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I am a computing + ICT teacher at a secondary school. Not the most glamorous job in the world but pays my bills and supports my blue oval habit!! :P

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My dual purpose search dog keeps the evidence lockers full, and the other one fills the cells pretty well.

They're lovely dogs. The guy I was doubled up with had two also, we were attached with AR and the local Neighbourhood teams doing pub walks across the BCU as well as car stops in bid of cracking down on the spike of gun crime.

Unfortunately it wasn't until we got to the last pub we learnt that his dog (other bobbies also) had been in that very pub months prior and was kicked/hit by the wonderful, snow-under-the-nose attendees. Needless to say; it was a known club/pub for ASB and drug taking.

As per bossess orders, we attended in the end (surprisingly the boss had something important to deal with..), but the handler flat out refused to take the dog in until we had a big presence inside.

I don't blame him either, but having seen the dogs in action you would have to be a moron to even attempt to harm one.

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Retail Manager, definatly not exciting, but not bad money for an easy job

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I work a mali and a springer.

The springer is AES/drugs and the mali is PO/track trained but also does AR support.

I was AR for a period but found the rules and regs were so biased that any lethal response would take my job and good name with it (and probably my liberty too).

Happier with my role now, more variety and more autonomy.

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I work as a security agent for Bristol airport :)

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I work as a security agent for Bristol airport :)

I'll be seeing you next wednesday then when I go to fly out to Cyprus.

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What time do you fly out Wednesday?

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Truly don't know.

I leave travel planning to my wife.

Probably about 4pm ish.

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As little as possible for as much as I can get

I'm a 'sculptor in burnt clay and lime'

But I prefer ' structural masonry erection specialist'

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Work in a chocolate factory and I hate it.

Looking for a Photography's Assistant job....

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  • hey all,

im a fabricator/welder and have been working at the same company for about 15yrs

we do all kinds of things from headlight brackets for aston martin

the 4 stainless polished exhaust tips on the v6 supercharged jag

to the veg cabinets in Morrison they spray that mist over them to keep em fresh

and anything in between

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Repair and service Karcher cleaning equipment. Any one needs advice, let me know.

Regards, Willy.

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I'm a Fraud Analyst for a large online gambling company. Certainly an interesting job at times...

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Repair and service Karcher cleaning equipment. Any one needs advice, let me know.

Regards, Willy.

I might take you up on that! Think my Dad said his leaks.

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As little as possible for as much as I can get

I'm a 'sculptor in burnt clay and lime'

But I prefer ' structural masonry erection specialist'

A bricklayer then?

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Look after lenny and his off spring ... and wait around for delivery of his car parts, ring around for services and tint, drop his car for valet then walk the 3k home, help fit stripes and worst off all listen to him 24/7

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