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Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 15:43
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Rather than digging up old threads (Ninkorn!!!) I thought I'd start a new thread.

If a job isn't available let me know.
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 15:48
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Rather than digging up old threads (Ninkorn!!!) I thought I'd start a new thread.


GB, we live in a world with limited resources....We have to conserve by recycling...

As a good citizen, i only recycled an old post rather than starting a new one. That's an excess, Wall St style, in my opinion...... :P

Sigh, I guess I am in accountant category, although I haven't done accounting in nearly 3 years.

Can you add hybrid? :-D
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 15:56
My job is 85% healthcare consulting/project management, 15% IT-ish stuff. I'm a hybrid too :)
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 16:03
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My job is 85% healthcare consulting/project management, 15% IT-ish stuff. I'm a hybrid too :)


There you go.
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 16:04
I really think we should seperate IB from "other finance" (big difference imo). I would fall under the other finance category.
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 16:07
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I really think we should seperate IB from "other finance" (big difference imo). I would fall under the other finance category.


Man I can only divide finance so many ways... ninkorn doesn't like being lumped in accounting, you don't like being lumped in IB.
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 16:10
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I really think we should seperate IB from "other finance" (big difference imo). I would fall under the other finance category.


Man I can only divide finance so many ways... ninkorn doesn't like being lumped in accounting, you don't like being lumped in IB.


Actually I think IB is better than me. I don't want those guys to have to be lumped in with me :-D

And seriously IB and other finance is an important distinction (just look at the old version of this thread - tons of other finance, only 1 IB).
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 16:46
Can you add IT consulting plz?
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 16:48
GoBruins' poll wrote wrote:
Arts/Science/Teather/Non-Profit

What's a teather? :rotate

Also, +1 for the panda riding a toy dragon avatar.
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 17:00
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Man I can only divide finance so many ways... ninkorn doesn't like being lumped in accounting...


I don't know anyone who wants to be lumped into accounting.
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 17:04
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Can you add IT consulting plz?


I second this. Risk Services Application Solution architecture is exactly what i currently do....
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 17:09
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GoBruins' poll wrote wrote:
Arts/Science/Teather/Non-Profit

What's a teather? :rotate


That's to open the option of Teacher and Theatre
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 17:21
I think you're missing some major categories like 'Marketing' and 'Entrepreneurship' and 'Sales.'

I work in online advertising in strategic account development... So I fall somewhere between high tech, marketing, sales, strategy, and probably 15 other headings.
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 17:23
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I think you're missing some major categories like 'Marketing' and 'Entrepreneurship' and 'Sales.'

I work in online advertising in strategic account development... So I fall somewhere between high tech, marketing, sales, strategy, and probably 15 other headings.


I had that actually, I had marketing. you got bumped for ISA
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 20:58
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I think you're missing some major categories like 'Marketing' and 'Entrepreneurship' and 'Sales.'

I work in online advertising in strategic account development... So I fall somewhere between high tech, marketing, sales, strategy, and probably 15 other headings.


I had that actually, I had marketing. you got bumped for ISA


hmm, not really sure what 'bumped for ISA' even means... not down with the lingo

but I'm just sayin'.... you segmented out a bunch of super-granular subcategories of IT, and then put scientists and artists all lumped together in one group.
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 21:24
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I had that actually, I had marketing. you got bumped for ISA


hmm, not really sure what 'bumped for ISA' even means... not down with the lingo

but I'm just sayin'.... you segmented out a bunch of super-granular subcategories of IT, and then put scientists and artists all lumped together in one group.


I think he means my category (the one with the 85%/15% breakdown) is taking a spot that would otherwise be used to breakout marketing/etc. :) The poll I think restricts how many choices you can use. I'm pretty sure my value's only there for humor and will be removed at some point so that should help :P
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 21:38
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Can you add IT consulting plz?


I have a picture of that sign when I was in chicago.
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 22:00
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I had that actually, I had marketing. you got bumped for ISA


hmm, not really sure what 'bumped for ISA' even means... not down with the lingo

but I'm just sayin'.... you segmented out a bunch of super-granular subcategories of IT, and then put scientists and artists all lumped together in one group.


I think he means my category (the one with the 85%/15% breakdown) is taking a spot that would otherwise be used to breakout marketing/etc. :) The poll I think restricts how many choices you can use. I'm pretty sure my value's only there for humor and will be removed at some point so that should help :P


ooooooh! my bad... I looked up 'ISA' in Urban Dictionary and I thought harsh words were being thrown around...

i always think of you as a lowercase isa :)
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 22:07
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ooooooh! my bad... I looked up 'ISA' in Urban Dictionary and I thought harsh words were being thrown around...

i always think of you as a lowercase isa :)



HAHAHAHA, Oh Isa is going to hear about this in the chat room tomorrow. :-D
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Re: Work Profile for 2009 GMAT Clubber [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2009, 22:13
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BigBad wrote:

ooooooh! my bad... I looked up 'ISA' in Urban Dictionary and I thought harsh words were being thrown around...

i always think of you as a lowercase isa :)



HAHAHAHA, Oh Isa is going to hear about this in the chat room tomorrow. :-D


I just checked BigBad in Urban Dictionary, and let me tell you.... it's all true.
.........and I thought ninkorn sounded hardcore rockstar
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