Let’s say you’re attending an event for work.
You know some of the attendees, but not all of them. Some people are handing out business cards; others are talking to their colleagues.
How do you answer the question: "What Do You Do for a Living?” (photo source)
After getting a drink, you head over to your friend.
Then someone joins you, and after a brief introduction asks, “What do you do for a living?”
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