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I have a job but haven't started yet as I will be graduating in May. After I graduate I will be on the sales team for National Beef, selling boxed beef. I interned with them last summer and loved everything about it so I'm excited to work for them and all they have to offer!

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I will be in the accounting/finance field. I am a little under a year from my bachelors in accounting and have been looking to get my foot in the door somewhere.

Currently i work for KVC which does foster care for most of the KC Metro area.
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AVP of Internal Fraud Investigations at a regional (North Eastern) Financial Institution. We are going through a merger at the moment. Word has it our team will be taking on at least a portion of our acquirers Consumer Lending portfolio as well; specifically their Collection effort in regards to HELOCs, HELoans and Indirect Auto Accounts.

Edit: Previously I was a Product Control Analyst at Citi Bank North America as well as a Municipal Bond/Loan/Swap Analyst, also at Citi Bank NA.
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I can't speak for the accounting portion of what you said.

However, in the finance/economics world it all depends on what you're chasing (investment, management or analytics). If management of personnel is your goal, an MBA is basically required - your unlikely to undercut the 30+ year olds who scooted by with BAs, 10 years too late for that. Hence the necessity for an MBA now.

If investments and/or portfolio management is your thing, an MBA is outright pointless; getting your BA and then sitting for your 7, 63, 87, 65 would be a better route. Your license are what get you a seat at trading desks. While you're wasting money and time on your Masters Billy has been trading for 2 years. Of course a Master’s degree from Chicago U, UPenn or an Ivy school are usually shoe-ins. What I'm saying is don't waste your money on a Master’s degree in finance/economics from KS or Ohio State if investments are your thing. Get out of school and get licensed.

I'm an analyst by trade and got my BA in Economics and Finance from UB and then my Masters in Finance from UPenn. I put off getting my Masters right after my BA because I had the same concern...I didn't know if it would be worth it if I got it at UB. After a 2 years of basic loan/bond analytical work I sat for my GMAT, got picked up by UPenn and went.

If Analytics is your thing experience is the most important thing. A Master’s degree helps but you'll need a track record of solid analytical work to advance.

If I didn't get in to UPenn for my Masters there's no way I would have even bothered with it.

Or you could just get your CFA, make 150k day 1 and tell any institution what your job is going to be come monday. Your call.
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isn't there another thread like this floating around here? anywhoo

I have experience in

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for the last 8 years ive been a "research assistant" yes I get payed to take medicine and sit around and do blood draws.

I like doing this because it allows me to work on my poverty-spec cars and what not. and it allows me to drive across country and fuck women in different states(IF I was that kinda guy).

and the $$$ is great, I have 0 loans to pay back and 0 kids. maybe one day ill get a big boy job and apply for bnsf or something. but I made 27k last year for about 5-6 months of work.

and on the side I do labor ready.
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Wooowwwwwwww. That makes SO goddamned much sense.
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isn't there another thread like this floating around here? anywhoo

I have experience in

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for the last 8 years ive been a "research assistant" yes I get payed to take medicine and sit around and do blood draws.

I like doing this because it allows me to work on my poverty-spec cars and what not. and it allows me to drive across country and fuck women in different states(IF I was that kinda guy).

and the $$$ is great, I have 0 loans to pay back and 0 kids. maybe one day ill get a big boy job and apply for bnsf or something. but I made 27k last year for about 5-6 months of work.

and on the side I do labor ready.

Im connecting the dots. Your posts make sense now.
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Mine is a tough one too.

Most of my time is spent running the international division of a large promotional group - basically a Kids Marketing Agency. My title is Managing Director, but basically I do a little bit of everything - from working directly with plastic/paper suppliers, to factories and manufacturers, to logistic providers and transportation agencies, to safety testing companies and compliance/inspection agencies. I spend most of my time dealing with clients, selling and offering better production sources. I absolutely love my job - I have been in the industry for 20 years now, and that is how I pretty much got started - worked with a smaller company first, then went on my own and then joined this larger group. I don't see myself going anywhere else even though I have had some tempting offers, but none can match the culture, flexibility and empowerment that I have now.

I have ventured into other areas as well, and most of the time, they have been in partnership with my clients, which makes perfect sense. So I have a little experience in agriculture (jalopenno peppers), real estate, restaurant development, mineral trading, land investment, etc...

Since I have very good manufacturing sources, I have began dabbing in other personal projects as well with carbon fiber, silicone (yes, silicone! LOL), garments, clothing, etc.

And with all this, I still have plenty of time to do more...

I see myself opening a foundation of some sort in the near future to give back more of what I have been given. True story.
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My title is Flexible Endoscope Repair Technician and I just started earlier this year. The job is basically repairing, adjusting, or replacing anything flexible endoscope related. Flexible endoscopes are the medical tools used for gastroscopy (or upper GI tract) and colonoscopy procedures. It's a bench position with a huge amount of freedom and I love everything about it except the income potential in this field.

I still don't know what I want to do in life but If I do this long enough and still enjoy it then I'd like to go to school to get a biomedical engineering degree to become a medical equipment repair technician.

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You probably work with my buddy Chad!


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I'm a Senior Implementation Data Consultant for VinSolutions, part of Cox Automotive, a division of Cox Communications.

I basically give Mobbes shit for all the crappy add-on deals he sells.

In short I take the new customers database from their old CRM and DMS and convert to make it work in our CRM. That's of course when I'm not killing it on the Ping Pong table in the lobby.
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In short I take the new customers database from their old CRM and DMS and convert to make it work in our CRM. That's of course when I'm not killing it on the Ping Pong table in the lobby.
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I'm a Practice Manager for a business unit within a large healthcare IT company. I provide strategic direction and management to the operations of the business and am responsible for delivering on revenue and P/L. I lead a team of consultants who provide consulting services around clinical research process improvement and application implementation. I've been working in the clinical research area of healthcare for about 6 years now and enjoy the unique aspects that make it different from standard clinical care.
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Some very cool and unique jobs in here!

I buy all the cars for Oakes Auto here in town, which is about 120-150 cars per month.

I also;
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As long as you dont have to go into debt for it then go for it.
I had my employer pay for about 70% of mine. Otherwise I wouldnt have done it

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A lot of my friends did this program called 3+2 for accounting at UB. It's basically 3 years of Bachelor Accounting work and then 2 years of dedicated Masters work in Accounting. I know a lot of schools have it. UB (University at Buffalo) was ranked 19th in the country of accounting in '14 if I remember correctly. Sounds like a good deal. You end up getting your masters and save an entire year of course work along the way. A lot of them sit for the CPA right after they graduate too.
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I had my employer pay for about 70% of mine. Otherwise I wouldnt have done it

Even if you did pay for it yourself, still worth it. All depends on the effort you put into it. The fact that I have CPA behind my name means I earn more than my non-CPA counterparts going forward, assuming we hold other factors constant.

Really depends on each person, I accepted 25k in total debt to increase my lifetime earnings by a seven figure sum.
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A lot of my friends did this program called 3+2 for accounting at UB. It's basically 3 years of Bachelor Accounting work and then 2 years of dedicated Masters work in Accounting. I know a lot of schools have it. UB (University at Buffalo) was ranked 19th in the country of accounting in '14 if I remember correctly. Sounds like a good deal. You end up getting your masters and save an entire year of course work along the way. A lot of them sit for the CPA right after they graduate too.
Sounds like a damn good deal. I will look into it to see about my credits getting transferred there. I want a job in accounting/finance now but damn it's tough. Right now the lack of experience and not yet graduating is the killer for me.
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