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And yet no concealed carry.
At some point one would one would have to form a conclusion that crimals could give a crap about your gun law.. should come to mind?
Classmate of mine works the slums...
01-29-2012, 11:35 AM
I can't argue with that logic.
I can tell you the $12 hr opening that came open was from a service tech that had 22 years with the company that graduated in our class. He got the piece of paper...
01-29-2012, 11:16 AM
The employer has 50 other graduates yearly willing to come in and make $12 an hour.
Makes it pretty simple economics for the employer.
01-29-2012, 11:13 AM
He regrets not holding out for a little more dough or at least having an open discussion of how pay raises are earned or what room for advancement was available.
Let me ask you a few questions.
01-29-2012, 10:59 AM
01-29-2012, 10:26 AM
In my humble opinion your mentality to work for peanuts is a problem. A big one in the industry. A very close classmate of mine has done just what you think you are willing to do. He got out of...
01-28-2012, 01:01 PM
My personal frustration is proving my self day in and out for no reward. The mentality of jumping ship for another dollar more is alive and well on the board and in the industry. It's not fair, but...
01-28-2012, 08:46 AM
So which is it?
01-22-2012, 11:05 PM
My wife makes more than me so I understand the situation. Fiscally it doesn't sit well with me but it's the career path I choose. When a better offer is out there I will give my current employer a...
01-22-2012, 10:49 PM
Being honest is knowing the man and his family goes with out, while you profit at a later date.
He offered to prove himself to you by showing up with the soft skills needed to get started. Isn't...
In my experience and everybody here should tell you, you need both. Personally school taught me how to think on my own and unlocked the science behind the scene that will never be taught on the job...
01-22-2012, 07:14 PM
I'm playing devils advocate here...on the flip side.
You are not doing him a favor by paying him a less than living wage. In your mentality it's ok to take advantage of skilled laborer for your...
Being that the topic of harnessing for a filter change came up... Ironic that most big companies are pro safety but yet the hurry up and get to the next job is still alive and well too if you want a...
Same boat here, I am a one man band. I do the same as above but I change belts yearly check bearings after the old belts come off...I grease every 6 months. I prefer to use mobil 1 synthetic grease....
I have to say I've been here already. It eventually migrated at a slower rate.
My .oo2 cnts ymmv.
09-29-2011, 10:37 AM
Once you work in the field and do a couple days of job shadow you will know what to get. My opinion on Klein is you get what you pay for.
06-17-2011, 08:43 PM
You will freeze in the winter and find new ways to warm your self with open flames...
You will sun burn in the summer and sweat in places you didn't know possible
You will get asked by everyone...
What was the install date? How much heat rejection did you get into the ground before winter? How many bores? Bore spacing? What grout? What was your conductivity? Many questions need answers here...
Ditto, my ratcheting crimps are only for 14-16 but they have different sizes for the needed awg, Dad gave them to me when he retired from Gilman. Any brand of crimper works well if the technician...
12-16-2010, 03:32 PM
$$$$ For a tool bag...:deadhorse:
Don't get me wrong I take pride in American made quality items but this isn't a working mans price.
03-24-2010, 01:16 PM
Those where Veto! I knew right away i had to lean over and tell the wife if the bag looked familiar! She knew right away.
I caved in and bought the Veto LC. Believe me you can pack enough in the LC to not want to carry it far. I also have a net book that fits in the LC as well. If I had the XL I would pack it so full I...
Craigslist in Milwaukee had a few openings posted. I have sent over 50+ resumes in the last 4 weeks. Best of luck.
07-09-2009, 07:04 PM
You mention this like I have a choice. I was born allergic and asthmatic. I spent a good chunk of my childhood once a week in a dr's office getting allergy shots and at least once a year in hospital...
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