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Old 12-08-2012, 01:49 PM   #11
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You'll find the job you want. This will be something good to put on your resume. I've worked a few grunt jobs. I bailed hay for a summer. Talk about a grunt work job, haha. I loved working for that farmer though. He then connected me with his farmer friend who owned a machine shop as well where I got some more work. I learned how to use the CNC mill, Manual Mill, Wire EDM drill, and Wire EDM CNC. All great experience. I went from there to General Motors where I have had the opportunity to drive multiple corvettes, and it paid well. I went from GM to an oil refinery. And then back to GM. Each job was a step in the right direction. Eventually I will graduate and hopefully find the job I really want.
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Old 12-09-2012, 12:18 AM   #12
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You'll find the job you want. This will be something good to put on your resume. I've worked a few grunt jobs. I bailed hay for a summer. Talk about a grunt work job, haha. I loved working for that farmer though. He then connected me with his farmer friend who owned a machine shop as well where I got some more work. I learned how to use the CNC mill, Manual Mill, Wire EDM drill, and Wire EDM CNC. All great experience. I went from there to General Motors where I have had the opportunity to drive multiple corvettes, and it paid well. I went from GM to an oil refinery. And then back to GM. Each job was a step in the right direction. Eventually I will graduate and hopefully find the job I really want.
Yeah I know it's a stepping stone like game lol. Just wish it was in some area of tech. But the CPR and all other training will look good on a resume.
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Yeah I know it's a stepping stone like game lol. Just wish it was in some area of tech. But the CPR and all other training will look good on a resume.
Yes it will look good on your resume and it will be worth too...
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