I was with ABS-CBN from 1999 until the first half of 2010; my wife joined the network in 2003. Now she's still with ABS, while I've been with TV5 since 2011.Originally Posted by Ares
Don't knock drunk guys in bars; it means they're not driving. -- Richard Gere, Runaway Bride
Didnt know we had a TV5... Either way, my mom worked at the ABS building back 8-9 years ago before we went to the US.
Her call-center company was leasing a floor or two from the building...
I am currently getting my Bachelors degree in Industrial Engineering ( few more years left)
I did an internship at Hussmann corporation as an applications engineer for 4 months
I was a design/fabricator technician for Alan Lee designs for a year
US ARMY 8 years
I'm a software developer. I have a full-time position with a multinational IT consultancy firm, and I also have some healthy side income. I'm young and single and saving up for some big plans for the next few years. The two jobs help pay for the car, too, and having not a lot of car helps. Hopefully I'll be "semi-retired" like a few of you are in a few years.
View my fuel log 2012 Mirage GLS 1.2 manual: 33.3 mpg (US) ... 14.1 km/L ... 7.1 L/100 km ... 40.0 mpg (Imp)
I'm a hard worker with no money .... hahahahaha .... am employed by a phone company as internal e-learning developer.
View my fuel log 2013 Mirage 1.0 manual: 47.5 mpg (US) ... 20.2 km/L ... 5.0 L/100 km ... 57.0 mpg (Imp)
I am doing research in physics
View my fuel log 2014 Mirage DE 1.2 manual: 47.8 mpg (US) ... 20.3 km/L ... 4.9 L/100 km ... 57.3 mpg (Imp)
Third year welder. Only one more year to go then j-man!!
Thanks for your service. My brother just left for basic/USAF two or so weeks ago. I always told myself that if I just had a bigger pair of lungs that I would have loved to go into the AF... No matter how much I trained, I just ran out of air before I made my mile and a half or two.
@Bogeyman: doubt it as she was employed by a call center. She was 2nd in command in the call center's HR division. Pretty sweet job if you ask me...
@m4v3r1ck: trust me when I say: I know how you feel. Working for the government = no pay, but great benefits = broke. I did get a job offer for 10k more a few months back. When I calculated insurance, travel, retirement, and the two hour long drive every day - I said it was not worth it.
@Donut: as a student? or as a job?
@TheTransporter: Y'all get paid a lot