My apologies if I'm repeating someone else's post, but I'd like to ask the question that we busybody Americans never seem to avoid: what do you do? I don't get to post much because of what I do: I'm a management-side labor and employment lawyer. Translated, I spend most of my days defending clients against federal (mostly) and state (occasionally) employment discrimination claims, counseling on day-to-day personnel issues, litigating employment-related contract claims, and fighting unions when I get the chance. I have an enjoyable, interesting career and I'm blessed with great partners. (Today being Father's Day, I should also mention that I'm blessed with a family that's very supportive of long hours at the office.)
So, if you're comfortable sharing, what do you do? I revel in the conversation here when I get time to throw my two cents in (we're on vacation this week), and I often wonder what many of you do for a living as I read your posts.