I'm a college student and get paid for my part-time work study job on campus if that counts... Later this winter I'm going to also be starting on an unpaid part-time internship. But hey! It's an internship...and it's with Hasbro!
Not exactly. Being an intern is different from a staff member. I will be working with the staff, and I will be helping with their smaller projects, but my main purpose there will be to learn from them. (Also, unlike the staff, I will not be paid.)
Part time, I just do whatever is needed in the IT dept. (Yeah that's really vague. But pretty much people come to me with problems, and if I don't already know how to fix them I do research.) and I'm a student
In my Country we're experiencing a bit of an economic decline(And when I say a bit I mean a Major) so all though I have been trying my hardest I am currently under my own employment (selling clothes and buttons and stickers on Spreadshirt and Redbubble)
I'm the producer for a television show at a nonprofit. The show is educational, not entertainment, but it is really something else to put together. I travel around the state I live in and meet the most incredible people, some of who have overcome pretty tough life challenges.
*shakes head* It's... yeah. Few people have this kind of opportunity, let alone get paid for it. I'd share the name of the show, but on principle I keep that life and this one separate.
I'd be rather interested in knowing how you managed to get into that position, if you feel like breaking down your occupational geography for me at some point. Sounds like a fascinating position in the media.
Like most people, I'm happy to talk about myself (ahah!). It's not often I get to discuss the real world around here, so I'll send a short version of that story to you some day. Where does your interest in the demographics of the fandom/group come from, by the way?