1. You sat at the same desk or worked the same flights for 4 years and had 8 different managers.

2. Your resume is always on a diskette in your pocket.

3. When someone asks you what you do for a living, you lie.

4. You get really excited about a 2% pay increase.

5. You sit in a cubicle smaller than your bedroom closet.

6. It's dark on your drive to and from work.

7. Communication is something your "group" is having problems with.

8. Your salary sucks in the general work field, but "you get to travel!"

9. Food left over from a flight or meeting is your main staple.

10. All art involves a white board.

11. All the work you were hired to do gets done before 9am and after 5pm.

12. You're already late on the assignment you just received.

13. Your boss's favorite lines are . . .
a. "When you get a few minutes..."
b. "In your spare time ... "
c. "I have an opportunity for you ..."

14. 50% of the people in your company do not know what you do

15. The other 50% of the people in your company do not care what you do

16. Vacation is something you rollover to next year or a check you get every January.

17. Change is the norm.

18. Nepotism is encouraged.

19. You pop open a bottle of Champagne to celebrate your return home from a trip you took on S/A basis because you actually got on the flights.

20. You go to work and you're thrilled that your company is still in business, you still have a job & you got a check that is worth something at the bank.

21. You watch the evening news every day to find out if your company is filing for Chapter 11 or Chapter 7 because, as an employee, you are the last to know.

22. On pay day you run to the bank to check if your pay is in the bank.

23. A day at work without snow, rain or mechanicals (cancellations or just because delays) means more to you than pair of Business class tickets you won at the Company Christmas party.

24. It's your fault when: the flight is late or cancels, the weather has flights grounded, some jerk's bag is delayed/damaged or his Rolex watch is missing.

25. Every irate passenger expects you to know who they are

26. You routinely refer to the "good ol' days", without remembering that they weren't so good back then but now they are

27. You read this entire list and understand it perfectly