I was just wondering about what folks here do for a living? I know some cover that in their introductions, but I'm newer here and haven't caught everyone's intro's, particularly some of the 'legacy' members of the board. So, if you don't mind sharing, what do you do? Working? Retired? Stay at home? I shared some in my intro, but I'll kick it off here again. I'm a journeyman wireman (electrician). I went through a 5-year apprenticeship program followed by a state exam to get my license. I then spent 10 years working in the field doing commercial, industrial, high tech and healthcare (hospital) work. I now work in an office where I have a variety of duties including project management, estimating, system design (nurse call systems, security, CCTV, paging, intercom and audio/visual) and programming. I'm also in charge of training our customers on the use of our systems. A large majority of the work we do is in the hospitals and medical offices around our area, so I spend a lot of time in those facilities. While I no longer work 'with the tools', I keep my electrical license current in the event that I want (or need) to go back to the field some day. When I'm not working, I have far too many hobbies and interests to keep me busy, slingshots being the latest. My job is such that I can pop on the internet from time to time during the day, during breaks and such so I can keep up on things such as this forum - at least until the IT gurus decide to block access to this site! So, who else would like to share their background? I know a few already, but I'm curious about seeing some more.