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PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2012 10:08 am    Post subject: Hi everyone!  Reply with quote

I'm totally new here. So what's happening on this forum now? My registration got approved, so this must mean some of you are still active.

I made it as far as part-time tutoring when I was a PhD student (and for a while afterwards) then gave it all up when a business idea came along. It was fun, but I never made enough money from it, so now I work at jobs.ac. I guess any UK academic would have heard of us. Anyway, I'm interested to know (new topic, maybe?) if any of you have ever considered giving it all up, and what would you like to do instead?

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