What’s your job?

I am an assistant professor of psychology (about to begin my 5th year), studying intergroup relations, prejudice, and protest.

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How do you plan to advertise the tutoring/consulting of Apple tech? I’m curious because I have thought of doing the same.

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Paralegal in a plaintiff’s personal injury firm specializing in products liability and crashworthiness cases with catastrophic injuries. Although Windows at work I use my MacBook Pro in the courtroom. Our firm’s IT guy comes to me with his Apple questions. :blush:

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I have it on my website but it’s not something I really advertise aside from that. Mostly it’s just a word of mouth.

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Freelance front-end engineer. Currently working with CivicMapper in Pittsburgh remotely.

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Medical plumber.

I fix brain aneurysms and unblock brain arteries when people have a stroke.
Also a Uni Professor

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Best.job.description.ever :rofl:

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I’m a self-employed consultant, trainer, auditor for the medical device industry. Helping companies to comply with all regulatory requirements for their medical devices in EU, US, Canada, Taiwan, Japan, Brazil and Australia. If you like to read more, click here.

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I’ve been a strategic communications writer for an academic medical center for about three years, and one of my first and most fascinating assignments was writing about thrombectomy.

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Lawyer! Litigator, to be precise. I do criminal defense, First Amendment, appeals, and various business disputes. Currently at a tiny boutique; previously at a nonprofit and before that a giant firm.

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And what is that lol?

The second of the two elements of @Coulmac’s “medical plumber” job:

Medical plumber.
I fix brain aneurysms and unblock brain arteries when people have a stroke.

My take on thrombectomy: When Minutes Matter

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Great article @tonycraine. This procedure is a game changer, an order of magnitude greater than any other medical treatment ever in terms of NNT (number needed to treat).

Certainly made my life busier :roll_eyes:. Which is why I need MPU to make me efficient :slightly_smiling_face:

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I love this description!
Using a similar analogy:
I’m a medical poisoner!!
Yep I’m an anaesthetist - I specialise in high risk surgery, primarily major vascular surgery, lower limb surgery and major spine surgery as well as the usual emergencies. I hardly ever kill anyone though!

Also a university senior lecturer.

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Filmmaker, photographer, and internet video maker. Sometimes writer.

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„Application Administrator“ in a company creating timetable software. Installing our software and helping customers to install and maintain the installation.

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Iam an orthopaedic surgeon.my speciality is Hand Surgery.

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I’m working on my PhD in Applied Physiology (not physics). I study how sensory loss affects the way we do motor tasks, such as reach and grasp. This research relates primarily to people with upper-extremity amputation. I use a prosthesis that can be used by people without amputation to simulate prosthesis use by a person with amputation. I collect and analyze behavioral (kinematic), electroencephalographic, and functional MRI data, and will be adding eye tracking to the mix soon. Essentially, my research is cognitive neuroscience and biomechanics.
I also teach an intro to neuroscience lab section where the students design and conduct some of their own experiments as well as experiments we design, many using tech from Backyard Brains. They also do EEG near the end of the semester.

Here’s a selfie:
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Was in the typesetting and printing business for 27 years. Couple of friends working at the local Apple store encouraged me to apply. 6 weeks later I interviewed, interviewed again and interviewed once more within a 2 week period. Offered the job the next day. Less than a year later, in 2006, I earned a Mac Genius position. Celebrating my 13th year in Apple Retail and considering a position in Corporate.

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I’m an analytics lead at a consultancy in Australia. My team use a variety of coding languages, from SQL to pySpark and Scala.

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