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  1. #14
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    Originally posted by jtpnyc
    Its not very hard to find a job around new york its just I expect to be working with other tech school grads and it seems alot of places have people who doent speak 3 words in english.

    Yes I went to school and have a big student loan to pay. When I go to interview as entrylevel I am offered $8hr take it or leave it. We can always train a guy who didnt go to school.

    I would take the 8 bucks then. Your pay will skyrocket in the upcomming years as you gain experience. I understand you have a big loan to pay off but you gotta put your time in and pay your dues as a helper.

  2. #15
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    You have to pay back student loans?....

  3. #16
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    Call your instructors back at the tech. school, see if they can recommend any good prospective employers, since you have graduated, it shouldn't be any conflict of interest. Good luck,
    "could be a law...don't know. James Gregory

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