I must confess that I like to read the Society Page or Wedding/Celebration section of the Sunday Styles Section of the New York Times. One of the first things I check out is the professions of the people who are getting married. As a divorce professional, I always wonder if the couples are compatible and whether the marriage will last. The following are a sampling of some of the professions of the couples:
The bride and bridegroom are special agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation where the bride specializes in hostage negotiations and the bridegroom provides equipment for surveillance.
The bride is an associate on the foreign exchange sales desk where she sells foreign and domestic currency to hedge funds and asset managers and the bridegroom is a vice president of a financial institution where he works as a derivatives trader.
She is a clinical fellow in pediatric pulmonology. He is a portfolio manager at a hedge fund.
She is a fourth-year anesthesiology resident. The bridegroom, is an intellectual property lawyer.
She is finishing medical school and in July she is to become an intern. He is a currencies and stock trader.
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