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Old 11-29-2008, 01:06 AM
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Looking For Some help...

I live in Woodstock, CT and I am looking for some help at my shop in Auburn, MA. We can work out the pay after I see what you can do. Let mw know if anyone is from around here and wants some part time stuff.
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Old 11-29-2008, 04:16 AM
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Talking Finding Help

Good luck, I wish you well in your search.

I am asked almost every day if I know any good people looking for work.

My answer is almost always if they are any good they have all the work they want. Of course there is the fact that some of the huge mechanical contractors have laid off due to there high overhead. Then again for the most they are union.
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Old 02-12-2009, 09:43 AM
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Out of work in jax,Fl

I was a fabricator in a shop who's cars run $100,00 a build, own all of my own fab equipment,and have been doing this for 40 years(just turned 60)and no one will give me work. Had a back operation in 2005 to fix L5/S2 and it worked.( Only suppose to lift 40 lbs ) We finished all of our projects in Dec 2007 and had builds logged in for the next 2 years........then every thing started going going south and no one brought their projects in and the shop laid me off till things picked up ......nada nothing and the shop is doing oil changes and truck service work to get by. All the fab shops see me as a workman's comp libility, even thopugh they don't say it. Most are on a skeleton crew, wives doing the paper work and kids cleaning the shop, so the crew can go home early. Some are doing 6 hour day or 4 day weeks.The wife gave me a job as house keeper and repair man.....onlyu thing good is the benifits........
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Old 02-20-2009, 04:52 PM
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Are you a general fab/welding shop?
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Old 03-10-2009, 02:31 AM
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Hey Guys

My name is Ryan and im trying to get into this kind of business but dont no were to start and how to start?

I just turned 20 and i have no skill yet in this feild but i have the workethic to lern.
Im a very hard worker and alot of dedacation when i am doing a job.

As for work i started working full time when i was 15 years old at a landscape design supplyer. I no how to prep Frontend loaders, forklifts, and deisal trucks. I was yard manager and designer for homes. I worked there for 4 years and it was a great experience but deffently not my career.

I live in Californa, the city i live in is Wildomar and would like to work some were in Escadido, Temecula, and Lake Elsinore

Hope to hear some good stuff.

Thanks,

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