I don't actually have one at the moment, and probably never will again. I have a degenerative neurological disorder that's keeping me out of the workforce (though I'm trying to do some entrepreneurial stuff that will generate a bit of income without requiring a full-time level of effort — programming when I can, photography, design, writing, ...).
I have been, professionally, over the course of an admittedly odd life, a labourer, Air Force electronics technologist, jazz musician, fine artist, graphic and pre-press artist, photographer, college maths/electrical engineering instructor, technical writer, cabinetmaker, shoemaker, addictions counsellor, and software developer/engineer. Usually more than one of those at a time; only the developer/engineer thing ate all of my waking hours. Most of the hard-core developers I know have a little bit of trouble with the work/life balance thing, and I was no exception. (I was almost happy about my first stroke; it was the first "vacation" I'd had in years.)
These days I mostly meddle in other people's business, and spend far too much time correcting people who are wrong on the internet