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Refrigeration mechanic for the last 25+ years. The past 12 years also includes general maintenance mechanic duties as well. Production equipment, overhead doors, hoists, etc.
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Thanks to me and my brother Mike, Mr. Hoffman felt the same way back in the late 1980's.
I am the cleaner.
Thanks Keith. It is a pretty nice job. I get fry days off.
I won't ask any questions. I like being alive.
I sell stuff. Currently mattresses. And manage the store. I'll probably sell other stuff at some point but we'll see. I spent quite a bit of time managing restaurants and selling food. ADT, AT&T, and used cars for awhile. Mattresses are nice. They are comfy to lay on when you're slow.
Banking/Financial industry here.
That's a shame. Fry days are when the magic happens.
I love this thread. It's fascinating how many ways there are to make a living. I knew that already, of course, but having lived in my city for almost 40 years, with only three jobs along the way, I feel a bit insulated from the world. This thread makes me feel good that I have friends all over, doing all sorts of things!
I don't think either of us would die but we'd be behind bars for sure.
Production manager for specialty chemical/ pharmaceutical manufacturing facility. I have the distinction in the whole corporation, of having the most direct reports, being 36.
Youth, worship and missions pastor. Been at it for 20 years. I also volunteer at our local elementary school doing mentoring and tutoring 4 days a week. At my current rate, my only retirement plan is death.
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Wow! I'll bet that job sucked!
Retired 8 years Dept of Defense
Chris, I'm thankful that we have committed folks like you in these occupations!
Hmm... I heard that one somewhere before....
Senior Structural Revit Technician doing a lot of structural materials and construction methods across a wide range of industry sectors including commercial, residential and industrial developments in buildings, medium to high rise structure, health, education, retail, heritage, sporting facilities, shoring and retention systems, tunnels, retaining walls and other superstructures and major complex structures.
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