ROC Rank: 1k Comma Club
Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Eastern MA
Model Year: 2006
Color: Redrock Pearl / Beige
Re: Military, Para-Military, Red Cross Driver, etc.
You know you sort of narrowly defined the poll so many of us may not have an answer for you. I have worked as a teacher in the past but not currently, currently I work for one of them big internationally type corporation places. Eventually my goal is to get back into teaching, but I have no intention now or in the future of working for the government any more directly than teaching. That said, when I was about to enter college, I joined Navy ROTC and about 3 weeks before I had to sign my papers to join, I changed my mind and decided not to lock myself in for the next 10 years of my life (4 for college and 6 for after college service required at the time). This is not to be mistaken into any belief on my part about military or civil positions. I was carted around as an Air Force brat as a kid, many in my family were in the Navy, including an uncle who had his own ship for a short period of time before he retired from the military. I highly respect most civil/military employees.
That said, I think teacher should be included in your list. At last count my family had 7 teachers, and we aren't that big of a family.
A day late, $2000 short, the price of wanting something really badly.
2006 Ridgeline RTL-S/R-Navi Redrock Pearl/Beige (15.842 MPG 30,736 miles )
Accessories: Roof Rack, Carpets, Trailer Hitch, Bed Extender
2008 Toyata Camry Hybrid Grey (34.858 mpg 38,534 miles)
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