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  1. #1
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    Confused Help finding work

    I have finished tech school about 2 months ago and am having no luck with finding a job. I know its tough, especially here in the Central Valley CA and was wondering what it takes to find a job. If you have any tips it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for your time

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    Trane service group out of Rocklin just north of Sacramento has been looking for an apprentice might give them a call.they are the most northern office there,and handle your area,and might be a plus on your side jumping around helping lead techs with stuff.....great learning oppurtunity if you can get in.go to www.trane.com then....careers get into the IR site....good luck
    "when in doubt...jump it out" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Px5YcOeQB4I

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    Very True

    Its hard to figure out what to put on that fresh out of school resume....especially when you have no experience......On the job training is like gold right now...good luck man just keep looking...I'm on that same boat......I'm in Ny
    There are only two seasons -- winter and Baseball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewLife View Post
    Its hard to figure out what to put on that fresh out of school resume....especially when you have no experience......On the job training is like gold right now...good luck man just keep looking...I'm on that same boat......I'm in Ny
    Where in NY?

  5. #5
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    Nyc

    Im in the bronx, went to school in manhattan and im looking for work in the 5 boroughs
    There are only two seasons -- winter and Baseball.

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    New Life

    try AAA Refrigeration over on Nereid Avenue just down from White Plains Road their 638 and rated the top refer company in the country recently. http://contractingbusiness.com/refri.../cb_imp_80370/ check out the artical on bringing in tech school guys .don't be shy either mention the artical,and being a bronx guy that you look foward to working in the NYC area .they have groups out on Long island and CT that meet at the ABCO supplies weekly to set up days work,and they do major jobs they did the new Fulton Fish relocation into the Hunts Point Market
    "when in doubt...jump it out" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Px5YcOeQB4I

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    Thanks, Im going to get on that A.S.A.P
    There are only two seasons -- winter and Baseball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewLife View Post
    Im in the bronx, went to school in manhattan and im looking for work in the 5 boroughs
    We're located about 60 miles north of NYC. Good luck to you.

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