> You must be able to do new and different things, go to new and different
> places, meet new and different people and have the freedom to chase your
> curiosity.You must be able to pull everything apart to analyze the
> efficiency of its construction. You must be able to see the entire
> picture so that you can observe the problems and perceive the solutions
> that will make everything run more efficiently. You must be involved in
> areas that help and are of benefit to others, that you can believe in,
> and that makes you feel good.
This is expert analysis?
My top 10 "ideal occupations":
> Stress Analyst
> Research-Contracts Supervisor
> Flight Reservations Manager
> Land Surveying Manager
> Director of Admissions
> Newspaper Managing Editor
> Compensation Manager
> Hotel Manager
> Food Service Manager
This stinks. I'm going over to http://www.sixdegrees.com/
where everybody knows my name...
Seriously, does anyone else do sixdegrees.com ? Rohit, you
should enter all the FoRKmembers into it...
So easy, even a monkey could do it. (Well, if he had a computer and a
modem and phone service ...and other little monkey friends with
computers...you get the picture.)