So, what do us atheists do for a living?  Surely we are ALL not evolutionary biologists, astrophysicists or philosphers.

 

I'll start:

 

I am a sales planner for the North American Division of an international consumer product company.

 

How about you?

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It seems I am going to be a bit unpopular here when I disclose my job. But before I reveal that information just remember that the economy still sucks and I have to support my family. Well, here goes............I'm a machine operator at a company that makes..........church furniture. There I said it.
Thanks great Joseph. Anyway you can build some electric probes into the pews so that the sheep get a nice jolt whenever the preacher tells a lie?
They'd probably think it's the hand of God.
Wouldn't that be one, long, continuous jolt? Unfortunately I can't get away with something like that. My boss pays too much attention to my work. I try to look at the positive aspects of working there though. For one, I can support my family and two, some of the money the churches receive from their members finds its way into the hands of an atheist.
Fortunately or unfortunately you will always have a job. :0)
I'm a pastry chef, specializing in artisan breads and pastries.
Self employed for 15 years as boat Capt. and slumlord.
Maritime worker forever!
aye aye captain!
Good to see some non-prestigious jobs here as well, because when this thread started it was all "good" jobs.

I do caretaking for senior citizens. Currently I work 24 hours at a time for a lady who needs 24 hour supervision. I like it a lot; it's a nice feeling to be helping people, but it is more of a job for students or supplementary incomes.

I just got an associate's degree in paralegal...now the fun part of looking for work.
I'm an Aviation Electronics Engineer in the US Navy. Just started though.
I am a full time mom! Not very exciting but I love it. I keep my head in books most of the time....can't get enough!! Non-fiction and science based! I wish I had gone into medicine but I fear it is too late. I seem to have some sort of propensity for such things.
Yeah for atheist mothers (and fathers) - especially those that truly understand life priorities,

IMO, you are a genius in my book. I hope you have lots of kids. A couple dozen would be good so that you can offset the Dugger clan.

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