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Old 08-17-2004, 09:56 PM   #1
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Whats ya'll do for work? (jobs) I am a full time Car detailer for Carmax superstores, also a Volly Firefighter and going to school for Fire and police. also farm. I make good money but save 95% of it.
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I'm currently unemployed...

I am currently being "hooked up" with a job at a local Lexus dealer. If that doesn't work out, CompUSA also expressed interest in hiring me.

Only time will tell...
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When I'm not at school I do contractor work. Carpentry, general crap lol. We also do all the repair work for Terminix...which is alot here. Termites love the Mississippi delta. They always give us enough jobs to keep at least 3 2 man groups busy beyond what we could do. lol
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I work at Wal mart :pnoid: changing oil and tires weeeee for me :no:
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Question 01, how hard is it to get a job doing that at wally world? I'm looking for a good part time job....
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I'm a warehouseman. I pick and ship parts, drive a forklift, and other misc stuff. Pretty nice pay for a college student, time flys by, too. No complaints here

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Question 01, how hard is it to get a job doing that at wally world? I'm looking for a good part time job....
Not too hard, gotta be atleast 18 to operate lifts etc...I would go into the tire/lube place and talk to one of the managers. Thats what i did. and its not too bad of a job, my manager just doesn't know what hes doing, so with broken/faulty equipment its harder than it needs to be to do my job.
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Not too hard, gotta be atleast 18 to operate lifts etc...I would go into the tire/lube place and talk to one of the managers. Thats what i did. and its not too bad of a job, my manager just doesn't know what hes doing, so with broken/faulty equipment its harder than it needs to be to do my job.
I got the 18 part. And a fair amount of car experience. I'll have to stop by the manager sometime and see what they say. Thanks.
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im unemployed right now but i should be working withing 2 weeks i had a very promising interview yesterday.
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I work at Circuit City as a Loss Prevention Associate, or an LPA for short. I make sure you bastards aren't stealing from the store ;P It's a really easy job, time never flies by.. but on the plus side I get to see every cute girl that walks into the store, and when they leave.
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I got the 18 part. And a fair amount of car experience. I'll have to stop by the manager sometime and see what they say. Thanks.
No problem, and good luck
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I'm an adminsitrative assistant for the escrow manager of a local land title company. I process real estate transactions. Basically I balance escrow ledgers, order payoffs from mortgage companies, clear up exceptions on title reports (mortgages, judgements, liens and such), make sure legal documents are correct and ready for recording (deeds, deeds of trust, title eliminations), and disburse funds. One of these days I'll get a job where I can put my degree to some real use...hopefully. But this job pays the bills at least.
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I just got done working for a govt contractor (www.irtc-hq.com) It's true. We don't do anything and get paid lots for it.

I guess now I'm a full-time student. Looking for a part time though...

I know next summer I'm working for a doctor.
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i just started at UPS. I'm an international auditor. Its pretty cool just got to memorize alot of crap. So many regulations its crazy.
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right now im a waiter at a resturant inside a department store here called gottshalks. its good money most the time. people here are cool and basically theres the regulars that eat here almost every day, as well as most mall employees eat there and store employees. its just a little resturant, about 35 tables and a bar. im more like a manager now, just that my actuall manager doesnt now what shes doing so i always am correcting her mistakes and telling her how to deal with all the issues that arise day to day.

i was just invited to join a band but i would need at least 2 grand to buy the equipment i would need.

and my school starts january 24th that goes for 2 years and ill be ase certified and if i go in for an extra symmester i could be GM certified so i might do that too.
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They do all sorts of stuff out here. The Army's bomb school is here, space command, NASA, all sorts of stuff.
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nice one.. also I am going to school for police and fire, wheni turn 21 i will be a full time firefighter
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right now im a waiter at a resturant inside a department store here called gottshalks. its good money most the time. people here are cool and basically theres the regulars that eat here almost every day, as well as most mall employees eat there and store employees. its just a little resturant, about 35 tables and a bar. im more like a manager now, just that my actuall manager doesnt now what shes doing so i always am correcting her mistakes and telling her how to deal with all the issues that arise day to day.

i was just invited to join a band but i would need at least 2 grand to buy the equipment i would need.

and my school starts january 24th that goes for 2 years and ill be ase certified and if i go in for an extra symmester i could be GM certified so i might do that too.
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i work for myself doing construction. in the summer months. going to school for architectural engineering technology. lots and lots and lots of codes to memorize, anyone need a freeform reinforced concrete structure designed i can do that too. along with steel and wood, and fabric. and im in a metal band.. the job description for that is rocking peoples f`n socks off. im pretty good at that too.
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I work for Ford...My title is a BDC Coordinator. BDC=Business Development Coordinator. I take all incoming sales calls and internet leads coming into our fairly large dealership and set appointments. We are now getting into lot-up traffic followup. Ford spends lots of money on customer followup and that is what we do...we are the ones who followup with every logged customer sold or unsold. If anyone needs rebates or invoice pricing or anything...let me know!
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See if you can get me an 05 GT for 25k when they come out lol..

With some of these special rebates, sometimes I wonder if I should join the armed forces
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I don't see how an extra 500-750 off of the car in the rebates would be worth it, just me though. Take into account in the US you pay taxes on the rebates so it is actually less than that! 2005 will be around 25K. Give Ford 6-8 months for the newness to wear off and get some rebates on them. Mustangs have about 1600-2000 worth of markup on them. so maybe a base GT would be less! My D-Plan is about 1500 under invoice so instead of going into the armed forces become a ford employee! All dealerships are always looking for salespeople. After 6 months you eligible for two d-plans a year! sell cars for six months and then order exactly what you want for less than the consumer!Just a thought.

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