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Hey,

 

Gas station attendant/service

Recieving Clerk

Salesman auto/home

State Correctional Officer

USAF-Fire Truck Maint

Apprentice machinest

Parts Salesman

Fire Truck mech again

Steel Shot Blaster

2 times- Grocery Store Clerk

Parts Salesman again

John Deere Tech

Service/Parts Dodge Dealer

John Deere Tech again

Sears Home Service Tech

Heli's Training- part time

John Deere Tech again- and currently

 

all since Jr. High...lol

 

P.S. and 3 part time side buisness's.. for extra income.

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Hee hee hee...

 

Gas station attendant, Air Force, pizza delivery, truck driver, student, CNA, assembler, dishwasher, janitor, carpenter, mechanic, and right now, assembler/mechanic and troubleshooter.

 

Dang, I'm a jack of all trades.

 

I rock.

 

Later

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My latest job is a lab tech for a small biological/veternary medicine manufacturer. That got me through college where I found that a degree in history really is just as worthless as everyone says it is.

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Gas station pump jockey, pizza delivery driver, video rental customer service, hollywood production assistant, sound engineers' assistant, assistant production manager for an orchestra, operations manager for a nasa education program, and bin filler in a warehouse (couldn't take that last one for too long)

 

right now I'm a full time flight student, and can't wait to start flying for a living (can you believe they'll pay us to do this!?)

 

-kali

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Construction. Steel fabrication and erection services. Cranes, service trucks, welders, excavators, etc. Concrete work. This is still on going and helps to support aviation.

Mike

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Where to start...

After school & the army....

Part-time: Waiter, Bartender, driving money transports & excavators

Then:

- A short period working on a fish farm

- A coule of years in Electronics Tech-Support

The last 1,5 years before starting flying i worked as an Offffshore Account Manager for a International Electronics company.

 

All the time, just waiting to get the chance to fly....

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Went from making virtually no money skiing in utah to making virtually no money flying...not that big of a jump except for the debt. Also did bridge construction in the summmers...bossman, bridges or buildings?

HelliBoy,

We do installation, maintenence, and repair of coal preparation facilities. Conveyors, field fabrication, chutes,

etc.

Mike

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