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    I read meters for a large power company. Not gonna lie I hate it. I went to college and got a degree in recreation management and got a job with the national forest service but got laid off. That was the best job I could have ever had and still miss it. What ever you decide to do, if you don't love it you will hate it regardless of the money.

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    Journeyman lineman. Best job in the world. Wouldn't do anything else.

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    I.T. Technician for the local high school.

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    ELECTRICIAN IN UNDERGROUND COAL MINES GOOD PAY BUT ITS HARD WORK. iD GO WITH THE MEDICAL FEILD CAUSE EVERYONE GET SICK.

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    ^^whys he yelling????

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    I'm a registered nurse. Love it. I work nights. now before I had my daughter I would get off and go straight to the field. Now we skip day care and of watch her but I only work three nights a week minus any ot. . Now granted you basically do the same job night on night out but different people every night so you can understand how much that can change your job on its self. . i love my job. If you decide on it I recommend getting your bachelors. Here in ks they are talking about requiring it soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffWiley View Post
    I am a HVAC tech and make $80,000+ a year, but its hard work, and I have been at this for 13 years, worked my way through hard slow times. I want to go work for the railroad. Police officers are an awesome breed, way under paid for what they go through! I agree with most on here, medical field is booming, nurses make more than I do and have twice the time off!
    On the money side. Not in the midwest this high pay is usually on the coast

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    Full time student right now. Work on a dairy farm when I can. graduate in may so a new job will hopefully be in the future.
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    Fire fighter / EMT-I
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    Manufacturing Analyst in the Industrial Engineering group for a global oil company. I am called a Nazi, I figure out way to make people do more, for less, cheaper, and faster in the manufacturing industry. Its a cool job as long as you don't give a #$@% what people think of you.

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    I am a software engineer. Got my electrical engineering degree, did water treatment for a little over a year(the boiler guys here should be familiar with what I did for them!), then moved back to Iowa and am applying the degree. We do software for offhighway equipment(construction, forestry, ag, etc), so the next time you climb into big green give us a nod.

    I would absolutely recommend the engineering field IF you like math and physics. If you don't like math, you are going to have a hard time at it, and probably not enjoy it. Feel free to shoot me a PM if you want more info.
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    I just finished up nursing school. I start in two weeks as an RN. Pretty good money starting out and I will be working 3/12's plus overtime if available. There is a great deal of opportunity out there for nurses.

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    Exterminator.......should work on my degree to make more money. But the hours are great for hunting.



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    Law Enforcement here in NJ, 9 more long years till I retire !!!

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    I am happy to see you are looking ahead into the future. Many people your age still stand around with their hand out expecting people to give them something. That is one of the major problems with our society at this time. I am a middle school teacher and would not recommend that to anyone at this point in time as there is a huge assault on teachers at the federal and local level at this time. My wife has a degree in x-ray tech and works as an MRI tech. She makes very good money and there is a demand for people in those two fields.
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    Electrician in an oil refinery. Great pay for the two year tech degree i have and good benefits. But its a lot of work! i worked over a thousand hours of overtime last year and i am on schedule to do it again this year. I like my job though and it fits me well. Being happy in what you do is the key.

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    I'm a Class II operator at a water treatment plant 12 years now. I work 7am-3pm Monday- Friday get a total of 6 weeks of vacation & 15 paid holidays off a year. I love my job & I'm blessed to have it.


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    Signal specialist for csxt. Love my job. Great pay and benefits.

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    Civil engineer here. Stable job, roads always need to be maintained and updated.

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    Athletic admissions for collegiate athletics.
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    I am former Army ".....Lead the Way" (if you know what that is, then you know what i did), a civilian police officer for several years, now I am a Farrier/Blacksmith/Horse Trainer. The latter is God's greatest gift to me. Also have an associates degree in business and an associates in accounting.
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    im an under ground coal miner

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    retail as of right now and it is terrible. working toward a psychology degree
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    I am a technician on ATC equipment. I work on radars, radios, antennas etc.

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    Medically Retired Correctional Peace officer. I miss the job and my friends.
    Lord, I thank You for the opportunity to go out on the hunt. I thank You for the time alone to think and reflect on life. I thank You for the time with hunting friends, enjoying good fellowship, good stories, meals and drinks. Thank You for the beauty seen during the hunt and for the game taken and shared. I thank You especially for a safe hunt for myself and for all the hunters who share the field. AMEN.

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