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Educational psychologist in a treatment program for teens with social/emotional/behavioral disorders. Like my work, like the kids, love having summers off.
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As little as possible, I am an aspiring bum.  

I am an attorney but I don't practice anymore, thank God.  Most of my current work involves managing an international estate plan and investments (personal and for the estate plan related entities).  It is really one headache after another mostly involving taxes.

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Retired Wildlife Biologist from the KDFWR, also retired regional outdoor writer (my column was KY Windage).

Currently work two days a week as a tour guide in the Governor's mansion and partner is a damn good BBQ catering business. Other occupations include house husbandry and geezer daddying.

But truthfully most of my time is spent planning and going on hunting/angling expeditions and playing with guns.  :laugh:

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Full time grad student at Penn State - few months left toward a phd in forestry.  Teach a few classes in the 'spare time' at psu and Juniata College in environmental science, forestry, and human dimensions of natural resources. Do some GIS consulting on the side during the 'really spare time.'
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I work for the family business. We sell mulch. We contract with mills have our own private labels they bag and pallatize and we ship to anyone from a box store to a ma and pa garden center. My wife and I also have our own company. It is a freight brokerage. We arrange the transportation of  goods from point a to point b for our customers.
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wildlife habitat ecologist-mostly design, plant, and manage wetlands and upland habitats for various critters (including wildfowl and bobwhites) using Farm Bill programs on private lands around Chesapeake Bay watershed
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I'm a self-employed CPA primarily preparing corporate, partnership and individual income tax returns.

I have two bookkeepers working for me so that I can stay away from the office as much as possible once tax season is over.  I still work more than I want to - but only the retired get more time off than me.

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