Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by smoke show, Nov 2, 2011.
Hearth appliance installer
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5 Years as NYC Paramedic now 13 Years in Medical/Pharmaceutical Consulting
wildlife biologist. and part time tin knocker for an HVAC company. gotta pay the bills. you guys know what I mean.
I'm an IT guy, hardware field service. I work on switches, routers, cabling, and other network gear along with servers, point-of-sale equipment, and other related equipment.
Well, officially I retired from AT&T as a Field Engineer, but that was a down graded job that I hired into at age 56. Prior to that I worked as a Manufacturing Manager for companies including Xerox, Northern Telecom,, BASF, DataPoint, Takata, and Allegany International. Lots of manufacturing jobs that moved off-shore.
electrician for the last 33 years .heavy industrial and commercial for ten of those years. 23 years working in a plant specializing in control work.
you mean you actually work?
never said I was refering to you.
never said I wasn't either. :lol:
bumpin this for the noobs and seasonal traffic.
Spent 3 years on a fast Attack sub in the early 70's, 25 years in paper mills recycling waste paper, now work for the State of Maine.
Work for an Overhead Crane Manufacturer. " Made in Maine"
Containership Chief Officer
Power equipment mechanic, Thermoforming equipment mechanic, Manufacturing Supervisor, Manufacturing Manager, now I own my own general contracting biz after falling out of high tech in the crash of '01. Somewhere along the line I got a couple degrees and a MBA 'cause I was bored. I just like building stuff. RT
Newspaper reporter, university fundraising writer, hospital group communications director. (Woodworker, winemaker, tomato grower in my spare time.)
Machinist in titanium and nickel alloy shop for last 8 years.
this is a good one eh....
64 - 75 = mechanic, gas diesel, cars trucks etc.................
75 - 78 = drove trucks, semi and flat bed........................
78 -81 = back to mechanic, cars, trucks, heavy equipment
81- 91 = underground heavy equipment repair, i had a 32 man crew, then the mine closed...........
91 -94 = back to school, computer engineering and repair etc..
94 -06 = repair, build computers, instal/maintain LAn and WAN ...
06 - to date = NOTHING, retired now,,, i only mill wood, split wood, fix the tractor, fix the atv, clean the drive, take down trees,,,,,,,,,,,,,and spend the winter in FLORIDA..........
that is where I am at the moment of posting..................
and its great..............
all kinds of odd stuff at first
20- year USCG. Black Hulls
1- day auto dealership parts room, inside all day, couldn't do it.
3- years state buoy tender mate.
7- years environmental education org. captain
The last 18 years I delivered heating oil and gasoline,my brother decided to stop selling at the end of February, now I work for myself.I am a handyman but specialize in drain cleaning.I spent most of my retirement on tools so that I never have to work for anyone else again.My last 2 bosses took advantage of me and I won't let that happen again!!
Field service engineer for CNC lathe accessories (hydrostatic bar loaders, mist collectors, chip conveyors etc.)
truck driver/equipment operator for the town i live in
Let's see...engineering draftsman for 3 years; technical illustrator (Caterpillar & McDonnell Douglas aka Boeing) for 13 years; engineering design (2 years); CAD-CAM programmer (14 years) and finally software engineer for last 12 years...all Boeing. Will retire in 1 - 2....
i am a welding and polishing superviser at STEEL-O- BRIAN manufacting we make Quality stainless steel Products for the Food and Dairy Industries :roll:
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