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    Cyburbian Tom R's avatar
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    CNN list of best jobs: planning is ranked ...

    Here's a list of CNN's best jobs. Check out #36.
    http://money.cnn.com/magazines/money...p50/index.html
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    I found the salary distribution of this list interesting. Social science occupations were in the 50 - 65 range and wall street types were in the 125 - 150 range. At least we are ahead of LAWYERS!
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    Not sure what passes as 'stressful' according to those ratings or even how they measured it but I have to believe planning is more stressful than many of the other jobs listed (both higher and lower rated)

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    Where is "Golf Course Greenskeeper"? Fresh Air, Sunshine, Riding a Tractor Going 3 MPH, Slow Passes by the Pool's Sunning Deck, Chewing Tobacco . . . .

    those were the days . . . .

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    Quote Originally posted by TOFB View post
    Where is "Golf Course Greenskeeper"? Fresh Air, Sunshine, Riding a Tractor Going 3 MPH, Slow Passes by the Pool's Sunning Deck, Chewing Tobacco . . . .

    those were the days . . . .
    Does the "Carl Spackler" Cinderella story come to mind ?
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    Quote Originally posted by JNA View post
    Does the "Carl Spackler" Cinderella story come to mind ?
    Plenty of Monkey Women at the Club, for sure.

    For the record, I am NOT Carl! (I worked with him, though)

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    Ahhh...the good ole day's

    Quote Originally posted by TOFB View post
    Where is "Golf Course Greenskeeper"? Fresh Air, Sunshine, Riding a Tractor Going 3 MPH, Slow Passes by the Pool's Sunning Deck, Chewing Tobacco . . . .

    those were the days . . . .
    Yeah....used to dig holes for soil profiles and perc. testing.....sunny....100degree days....100%humidity.....er......yeah.....those were the days...... I still dream of working outside.....
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    When I grow up I want to be a chief executive.

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