Vogon Poetry Appreciator
- Sep 6, 2018
Ayyy congrats! How's working at an arcade?Manager at a arcade talks of moving me really high up into company though, met the ceo few weeks ago for meeting (my arcade pulled a 386% yoy profit last year) and so far this year we are currently 27% up for this same time last year.
Nice! I got into photography quite a bit in recent years and sometimes dream of throwing away my career (which I enjoy, even) and trying to go pro. Luckily, I have a family to support, so I won't actually do anything so reckless. Was thinking about starting up a photography or camera thread, but I'm terrible at making good threads...Heh, I am literally a bum, meaning I'm homeless and no job.XD But I am a photographer not necessarily to become rich but in the long run make something good. If I just manage by and if I have kids they can get rich of my photos when I'm dead.XD
Yeah I was thinking about making an ot too! Just figured there weren't that many into photography in here.XD but yeah now I think I might!Nice! I got into photography quite a bit in recent years and sometimes dream of throwing away my career (which I enjoy, even) and trying to go pro. Luckily, I have a family to support, so I won't actually do anything so reckless. Was thinking about starting up a photography or camera thread, but I'm terrible at making good threads...
it's never too late!Sadly it took me ages to finish my studies (two MSc and a MAS)... which means I'm well over 30 and have been working for only 3~ years. Basically I don't have enough dinero to start pursuing pipe dreams. Maybe one day, when I finally win the lottery .
I work in a biscuit factory through an agency, so I'm not guaranteed a full week of work. Even though the work is fine and the people are nice enough to the extent that I wouldn't want to leave, it's not what I always wanted to do but due to me not taking advantage of my education and being indecisive, it's where I ended up for now.And is it what you always wanted to do?
That's very true.I always wanted to be an actor, but because you gotta be realistic I looked for a more likely career.
That's really nice. It's great that you're doing a job that you like since you mentioned that you love tech, plus there's nothing wrong with money being the deciding factor - we have to make a living somehow!So confronted with the decision of working with words (I love words!) or working with tech (I love tech!) I chose tech, money being the deciding factor here, I gotta be honest.
Some years and a short departure into electrical engineering later, I'm doing IT.
After work and in my spare time, I'm working on a small video game that's in the planning stages, plus I need to learn how to actually create it using Unity and there's other stuff like animation that I need to learn, so it's a long ways off. It's a hobby thing but I wouldn't mind it being profitable enough for me to feel more financially stable in my life. There are too many great games on Steam, so I'm not very optimistic but I still want to take a crack at it and take a tiny slice of that video game pie. That's basically my dream job.What about the rest of you?