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Old 08-25-2006, 04:00 PM   #141
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I don't know about pharmacy techs, but licensed pharmacologists make GOOD money! I'm talking doctor level money, without all the hours. Of course, you still have almost as much college to go through.
Pharmacists are in HUGE demand. My sister is in the WSU pharmacists program. You are talking 30k sign on bonus and 110k a year, starting out. Great $, but I don't think I have the patience to go through 6+years of school.
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Old 08-25-2006, 04:13 PM   #142
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To hand out drugs? I guess you gotta compete with the non-educated "drug-hander-outers".
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Old 08-25-2006, 04:14 PM   #143
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I push carts at kmart. I do that about 35hrs. a week.

I'm also a full time student however.
Which K-Mart, I used to work at the Eastgate one there in Lima

Pretty obvious what I do I think :P
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Old 08-25-2006, 04:20 PM   #144
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I don't know about pharmacy techs, but licensed pharmacologists make GOOD money! I'm talking doctor level money, without all the hours. Of course, you still have almost as much college to go through.
Pharmacists are in HUGE demand. My sister is in the WSU pharmacists program. You are talking 30k sign on bonus and 110k a year, starting out. Great $, but I don't think I have the patience to go through 6+years of school.
HUH??? HOLY *****, I am going in to the wrong career! (plan to get my ASE and GM goodwrench certifications)
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Old 08-25-2006, 04:23 PM   #145
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To hand out drugs? I guess you gotta compete with the non-educated "drug-hander-outers".
LOL, you have no clue... So much more than that... The issue liability is HUGE and only getting worsel. Not to mention wonderful HIPPA laws
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Yeah, I know it'* a lot more involved. Just making light of the fact that drug dealers make too much money.
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I am a proposal engineer for Weldmation Inc. I estimate and do proposals for any thing from small fab and machine jobs to BIG assembly lines that ours cars are built on. In case you didn't figure it out, we do allot of work for Ford GM and Chrylser among many others auto and non auto companies like nissan, john deere, whirlpool and a long list of others...
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I'm going to start my second year of college majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics while minoring in Information Technology.
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Curretnly I'm Drafting, its sorta like an internship only not, its a job that I found through my dad'* friend, Dad is a brick mason,(a pretty damn good one too, he can do stuf with bricks and make it work like hardley anyone else, he built our house) and so thats how i got the job, been working there for about a year. laying out floor plans and elevations for houses and occasionaly a church, a few resturaunts and such. its a pretty well nice first job i'd say, its real job expieriance...for the career im looking into (Architectural Drafting/Design/Engineering)
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I am a proposal engineer for Weldmation Inc. I estimate and do proposals for any thing from small fab and machine jobs to BIG assembly lines that ours cars are built on. In case you didn't figure it out, we do allot of work for Ford GM and Chrylser among many others auto and non auto companies like nissan, john deere, whirlpool and a long list of others...
My company does a lot of product engineering for Whirlpool and John Deere.
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