I PLAY at Industrial troubleshooter AKA Process Engineer in a Large scale Ceramics manufacturing plant.
From 3' wide x 10' long ceramic beams flat to 80 millionths of an inch. "Fit in your hand" linear actuator coil water cooling parts. Ceramic Spacebound Optical Mirrors in eventually 2 to 3 meter diameters are the big thing now.
I fix the manufacturing processes that don't work and guide new and strange products into unknown manufacturing territory.
I think they call most of it "Making it up as I go along"
Thus I am so prone to destroy little electronic toys too that my Palm is so full of dust that the on/off switch stopped working
I tried the Software and Hardware career bits too but they lacked something in adrenaline generation.
Except of course for that last 15 minutes of remaining Pre-Release time when you actually had something to test and debug
Strangling lazy/bad programmers was unfortunately not a vialble option
Network administration (Novell and MS) was boring as hell to me and Desktop had too many "Users" must be nice
So there you have it in a Shopping Cart (nutshell was too small