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JRChild says

I’m a novelty Children’s Book designer and occasional illustrator. I’d love to turn Graphicriver into a full time job…

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studio_21 says

It sucks having finished Architecture and not having a full time job. But as a side jobs I do : photography/movie editing/music mixing/composing/3d renderings/interior/exterior design and the list goes on.

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FlossieWood says

BA Hons Degree in Journalism (takes cover!) and now freelance PR

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TutelageSystems says

I went to College in Ontario, Canada and graduated in Computer Programmer Analyst and work full time for a Canadian University as a PHP/Web Developer. Every once in awhile I will step away from the web world and develop something small for our IT department.

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husamrayan says

BA degree in graphic design, And work as a Art Director for a design agency.

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tamiq says

Thank you all for the answers. I was very curious how your education and daily job are close to the design/IT field and if that is somewhat related to the Envato marketplace. The most surprising for me are: Biology (JonBuice), Thermal energy engineering (dorde), Journalism (FlossieWood). But Nuclear Engineering (volumens) beats everything :)

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NikolaSusa says

Studying computer science. Living from web design and development, but trying to make game development my primary occupation.

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x4er0 says

I still studying Mechanical – constructor.. last year..

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VF says

Thank you all for the answers. I was very curious how your education and daily job are close to the design/IT field and if that is somewhat related to the Envato marketplace.

I did Diploma in Electrical & Electronics Engg and then twice started and discontinued 2 more degrees (not converted into certificate but completed 75% as learning/education). While doing part time degrees, worked on PLC and panel wiring related jobs for 4 years (job was actually served as boost of theoretical knowledge than just work/pay). As of now, I do design, animation and coding which can’t happen efficiently if I didn’t came across engineering experiences!

I can actually relate control panel wiring with jQuery plugins! :P

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jordie says

Bachelor of Business (Major in International Business and IT) and a BA in International Studies (Major in German).

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