I retired from The Dow Corning Corporation where I worked as a Developmental Analyst doing in-house consulting and Project management on the 30th of July 1997
I Love Retirement! Although I think it could pay a bit better. Who ever said your expenses go down after you retire, must have been thinking of sitting on the porch and watching the world go by. They certainly were not thinking about all the things there are to do when work doesn't get in the way.
Before I retired my work was:
System administrator -- During the implementation of a Laboratory Information Management
System (LIMS) Which was pretty much OJT.
Developmental Analyst --Translated--I worked with LIMS long enough to be able to write programs that will do something. Developmental Analyst is also a fancy name for programmer.
In-house consultant--Translated --I worked with LIMS long enough that others sometimes asked my opinion.
Project Management--Translated--I worked with LIMS long enough that I was allowed to help other sites implement LIMS.
What do I do now?
Flying, Amateur Radio, Amateur Astronomy, Photography, Computers, Lots of reading, Surfing the Internet, and I still keep my hand in with a bit of programming now and then. I still do my own tower climbing, but my wife put her foot down on climbing for others.
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