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  1. pedro1973

    pedro1973 New Member

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    im posting this comment to see if anyone can help im looking for a job
     
  2. thomas91169

    thomas91169 # of bans = 5203 Established Member

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    lol good luck.

    ive been using craigslist and careerbuilder with good results in getting interviews at least. Hard to land the job because with all the unemployed people, theres always someone with "industry experience" and likely years of it.
     
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  3. FX4 SAPPER

    FX4 SAPPER Lets Go Cardinals! Established Member

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    Try Craigslist.
     
  4. SVT Knight

    SVT Knight New Member Established Member

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    I see you live in texas. Use the L and run drugs over the border..... no jk. I was laid off a few months ago. sucks major ass. As long as you dont think bout selling your truck youll be ok
     
  5. Camaro_94

    Camaro_94 Brown Recluse Slayer Established Member

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    If you lived in NY I would offer you a job detailing cars....

    But thats pretty damn far away from Texas. :lol1:
     
  6. SvtRacing

    SvtRacing New Member Established Member

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    I seen this and thought i would give some insight. I work for CSX Railroad and we are hireing like crazy. Dont know about your area for CSX but worth a shot..Welcome to CSX.com and go to view and apply for jobs..they add new jobs about every week. I work in the Signal Dept. and make around $26 Hr..maybe something to look into
     
  7. Mr. Mach-ete

    Mr. Mach-ete Liberals Suck Established Member

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    Can you operate heavy equipment like a shovel?
     
  8. JohnFrancis

    JohnFrancis Ricks real name. Established Member

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    Great example, of a comment i posted about in another thread earlier, (good luck bro).
     
  9. canibus

    canibus Active Member Established Member

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    It would probably help to list your skills. Good luck.
     
  10. FordSVTFan

    FordSVTFan Oh, the humanity of it all. Established Member

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    Along with experience, education, and training.
     
  11. sharkbite

    sharkbite Filthy Established Member

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    I'm looking for a new lawn dude. It's only $40 per week, but you get to watch me sunbathe.

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  12. pho_phizzat

    pho_phizzat Dapper as **** Established Member

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    LIke this??

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  13. 99navert

    99navert New Member Established Member

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    Military is always out there...
     
  14. sharkbite

    sharkbite Filthy Established Member

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    Military, Law Enforcement, etc... They're always hiring. My career field, Air Traffic Control, is highly techincal but they're hiring if you can pass all the testing and background checks.
     
  15. jerrad

    jerrad RIP Gump Established Member

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    The oil field is slowly coming back on the servicing side. The company I work for has been slowly hiring people.
    Hit up the local Haliburton, Schlumberger, BJ, Weatherford, Baker, etc.
     
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    Common Active Member Established Member

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    I also hear it's one of the most stressful jobs out there!
     
  17. sharkbite

    sharkbite Filthy Established Member

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    It's definitely stressful, but it's all about how you view the stress and how you handle it. I view it as a fun and challenging stress, not a "holy shit they're gonna die!" stress. Most don't have a sunny outlook and the stress jacks up their sleep habits and just about every other facet of their life (marriage, weight, etc...). I work out, teach mma, lift weights... Just about anything I can get my hands on (beat tha meat!) to relieve the stress. Oh yeah... The pay and benefits help out too.
     
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