(Closed) Young brides, what do you do for a living?

posted 8 years ago in 20 Something
Post # 676
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2016

I am 26 and I am a business analyst/R&D associate at a pharmaceutical company. 

Post # 677
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Blushing bee

I recently changed fields, well kinda. Im a regulatory associate working for a big medical device manufacturer. I love it so far and its definitely what i needed in my next career. Still debating if i want to stay long term doing regulatory with agencies or in my 30s going back to get a law degree and dealing with more of the legal side of the products. Its a harder decision now that they offer education reimbursement and my managers are pushing me to take advantage of it. 

Post # 678
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

After entering college at 18 as an education major, changing my major to architecture with a paid-internship at TRO only to be unhappy with a “taste” of my future, then changing my major to biomedical engineering with an internship and still unsatisfied, I’m following my heart as an education major. I aspire to teach 4th grade while continuing my education to obtain my Ed.D.

I have been a professional piano teacher since age 18, now age 24 & have been playing since age 3. I make a pretty nice salary. Guess I was born to be an educator lol

Post # 679
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2018

I’m 23. I used to be a Personal Banker at a large national bank, but then moved so DH could get his Master’s out of state. Next week I’m starting my new job as an insurance claims adjuster. I’m actually looking forward to it; the different cases and level of autonomy in the job sound interesting.

Post # 680
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Newbee
  • Wedding: May 2015

I’m 28 and unemployed at the moment.  I was a part time nanny for a few years, but my family moved, and it’s been tough finding full time work.  I’ve worked as a waitress, retail, and fast food while I was in undergraduate for textile design, got my degree, but couldn’t find work my expertise because everyone wanted years of experience.  3 years later, my undergrad work hardly counts for anything anymore.  

Thankfully family members have stepped up to help out with the wedding, and I’m hoping to figure out my career soon after.  We would like to start a family too, but I definitely need to replenish my savings, before that can happen.

Post # 681
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: A restaurant on the beach

I’m a med school student (starting in July) and currently I work as an ER scribe. I basically follow doctors around and do all of their medical charting. I’m 24. 

Post # 682
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 2016

I’m 21 and just finishing my degree to be a front end designer 🙂

Post # 683
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Newbee

I’m 22 and work as technical theatre assistant backstage at a beautiful theatre venue.  I also make custom clothing, costumes and cosplays on commission.

Post # 684
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556 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

I’m 24 and work in nonprofit communications.

Post # 685
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206 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

I’m 23, I am a texture artist at Nickelodeon Animation Studios 🙂 

Post # 686
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Blushing bee

I am 25 and work in Accounts Payable. I started here as a receptionist 5 years ago.

Post # 687
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

 I’m 27 (hope that still counts as “young”!) 

I work at a Medical School doing an administrative position for the past 3 years. I graduated with a masters in English in 2012. 

Post # 688
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

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mochikj:  That is super cool! Did you go to school for that?

Post # 689
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

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Buttercup014:  I did hehe thanks!  I studied for about 4 years, part in Brazil where I come from, and then I was lucky enough to pass an art test and interview to study in a famous CG school in Hollywood… of course, my whole life of just drawing and painting by myself pretty much everyday really helped too 🙂

Post # 690
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2016

I’m 23 and a petroleum geologist, my fiance is in the energy/mining industry too so our work aligns really well. I am lucky I knew what I wanted early on and also that I got this job in the current economy but I think that changing your mind is perfectly normal. My fiance went from finance to recruitment to mining and now business and I suuport him 100%. Sometimes it takes a while to figure out what you want to do but eventually you know and it’s great. Loving life and your work makes for a happy life I think. 

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