- 8 years ago
- Wedding: June 2014 - White Horse Inn
I’m 25 and I’m an interior designer with an architecture firm (and no, I don’t decorate houses… I work primarily the on the interior architecture and decoration of commercial projects). So fun to see what everyone does! 🙂
Just starting my last year of Medical Radiography, getting married this weekend!
22 here and just found a job in February after being a stay at home mom for my son for almost 2 years. I am an admin assitant but working towards my HR Management degree through online classes which my company is paying for. I really lucked out here. Hope you all find what you are looking for!
I’m 23 and I am an Administrative Associate for senior management at a well known Oil & Gas Company. I’ve been working for the same company for 3 years and I have a pension, awesome benefits, lots of vacation and flex time. This is the ideal job for me and will be perfect for when we start our family.
I’m 25. Was in law school for a semester(before deciding it wasn’t for me), now I’m in an MBA program(graduating in a year) and I’m the manager of a barnes and noble. 😀
26 here and RN 🙂
GreatDaneLovingMrs: You should be able to do well with estate planning going out on your own. Everyone needs it! It seemed like it’d be dreadfully boring to me but I saw a presentation on it at a bar conference and it actually seems pretty pleasant comparatively speaking. Good luck! I’m in family law now — NEVER touch that. Ugh. Passed the bar in NY, NJ, and KY, and finding a new career field as soon as possible. Hope you got good news from CA! I know it’s the hardest bar 🙁
19 here. Will be 21 when married and 20 when I graduate nursing school in December. 🙂 I already have a job essentially secured, thank the heavens!
I’m 24 and work as a manger at a local Frozen Yogurt store while I’m currently in school full time for my RN degree!
I’m 24 and I’m a software developer
22 and currently a homemaker between employment. I was a student (English Literature & Communications) from 2010-2012, but, dropped out due to a variety of personal & circumstantial factors.
I’m 21 as well and I am a government contractor in the immigration sector.
24 – I’m a software developer
I am a part-time college student and work part-time. When I graduate, I will work in a veterinary office.
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