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Old 05-31-2013, 05:29 AM   #1
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Old 05-31-2013, 09:49 AM   #2
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There will be steady employment here in 332 for some years. Take the job.

My oldest son just turned out, graduation in a few weeks. No missed time over his five-year Inside Wireman apprenticeship.

My other son just completed his 3rd year, is working on the Whiners, er, Niners new stadium. He has not missed a day in three years, either.

If you have a work ethic, you will be kept busy. Some of my sons ' classmates from high school are continuing their college classes to avoid the uncertain job market. They will have whopping school loans to begin paying back soon enough. Most will take 5-10 years to attain the earning power of my new-journeyman son, who paid for nothing more than his books, and is earning over 100K per year. For a 40 hour work week.

Take the job.
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Bay area, especially San Jose, is going to be taking off big from what I hear. Might stick around there.
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Have a bunch of friends in the Bay Area and they have all said work is blowing up down there. They are both out of contra costa county, but the South Bay, SF and the east have more than enough work
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Awesome thanks so much guys. I'll try to squeeze in school part time if I can.
But I'm all apprenticeship now. Have a good summer brothers!
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Awesome thanks so much guys. I'll try to squeeze in school part time if I can.
But I'm all apprenticeship now. Have a good summer brothers!


when do you start apprenticeship?

i start june 13. got accepted as well. and taking the chance like no other.

GET IN, ITS WELL WORTH IT!

if not, give the opportunity for someone who really wants it

email me if u want.
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