Im unemployed right now, but i used to work at Joeys only, till it closed. Where do you work and what do you do there? I was a dishwasher.
Currently I work in construction for a private wastewater/water engineering company called Applied Water Management, Inc. which, is part of a bigger American Water company. http://www.appliedwater.com/awpr1/commercial_services/applied%20_water_management/index.html
I specifically work with the master welder; I do small weld projects with a mig/arch/tig/rod, etc. as well as cutting with all types of tools and torches, including plasma :cool:
I kinda fell into this job since they hired me on green and weren't sure where I was gonna go in the company. I am still going to college for diesel engineering and that's still my goal, but becoming a welder isn't so bad either :nodding:
I dont have a job yet. I hope to get one this summer with Alaska Airlines.
I work Sunday mornings at the shop around the corner, and I fill in for the occasional paper round. Doesn't earn much, but I am young :p
Dr.Fritz;3595206I dont have a job yet. I hope to get one this summer with Alaska Airlines.
A job at alaska airlines at 15 years old? Either you're an underage ace pilot or either you're an underage ace liar-about-your-age ;).
I work at home and at school, i'm in 5th grade.
LOL I had a job when I was 14 working for Public Works. I worked 5 days a week at 6-7 hours a day. it wasn't full time because of child labor laws but that doesn't mean you can't have a job for an airline.
I celebrate when someone offers me a meal, I celebrate the bed as if was my own hearth, I celebrate the night and every pub of my city, I celebrate beer. That' s my job. I celebrate. If I see someone sleeping I help him. Anyway, I am going to work in an hotel this summer and then I wanted to go to a DJ/speaker for the radio school and then work for Radio105... But any other radio is fine...
Piercing the veil.
9th August 2003
I work for Bayer and Lanxess. Complicated story, basically Lanxess was split off from Bayer in 2004, but the training is still handled by Bayer for both companies.
Bayer?, I hear people ask. One key word: Aspirin.
Bayer is a large German multi-national corporation in the sectors of health care, crop protection, material sciences and various service functions.
I am in my second year of commercial training as industrial sales representative, and studying in evening courses for a degree in the same direction.
Basically, my job could be anything from marketing, sales, procurement or accounting, depending on where I am deployed. Between departments I go to business college, and I have my exams from the board of commerce coming up at the end of this year.
08'aIgnorance is not an excuse
28th November 2003
I work at a company that installs everything that gives us a good indoor climate (except ventilation). That's heating systems, waterborne air condition, indoor plumbing but also compressed air and pipes for medicine gases in hospitals and industries etc. Basically everything that goes through pipes of different kinds.
At the moment I work at the highest building in Stockholm (not counting the tv-tower). It's the old IRS headquarters that they're turning into 460 student apartments. They're also building a sky bar at the top of the building and a mall at the bottom, some floors at the top will be offices.
I'm an apprentice at 65% (when you come out from school you start at 55%). I'll be fully paid in about one and a half year.
Currently unemployed since there's no way I could balance my school work and work (I'm quite the procrastinator). This summer I'm hoping to get a job at a Honda warehouse moving parts, good pay, regular work hours and schedule, need the cash for school and a flat screen for the next NFL season.