Originally Posted by EdHocken
Nice work Tim. Good idea to network before the oncoming apocalypse.
Hey, freelance art is all about networking, son.
Favorite job is the one I have now - low stress, decent pay, and I get to work from home (like today). The daily commute's a bear, and our on-site manager is a self-important dolt on his way to his first ulcer, but all-in-all, being an Art Director rocks.
Runner-up was the holographer/graphic artist job - five years with a great bunch of folks. Stress was unbelievable, though. Cool thing is my artwork has gone global (for example, look at your drivers license or passport. If it's got a hologram on it, you're welcome), and I got to live a couple of James Bond/Jack Ryan fantasies (I was a civilian advisor for a Secret Service project).
Worst job was definitely groundskeeper/janitor at Great Adventure. I did that for three years, so I definitely have masochistic tendencies, and a hell of a lot of war stories.