My job title is a (case aide) for H.E.A.P
(home energy assistant program). Which
means i help people pay there electric bills
and gas bills during winter.
I also deliver meals for the senior
nutrition program in the summer.
I Love my job.
For the past 15+ years, I've been a Machinist. The last 8 or so of those as a Journeyman Machinist.
My current job has me manufacturing armored parts for military vehicles.
I've made a lot of parts lately for the replacement to the HMWWV... the JLTV (Joint Light Tactical Vehicle)
Before this job, I was making parts for medical equipment, the airline industry, mining and fire fighter breathing gear.
Now, If I could just get my own shop to manufacture Jeep stuff!!
'04 TJ Unlimited (The Original Unlimited!!)
2.25"BB, 32" M/T's & Super Swampers for off-road
Where we're goin', we don't need no stinkin' roads!!
2002 TJ, 3" RCD coil springs, 1" body lift, 32" BFG AT KO's, 15X10 Cragar Soft 8's, Rocky Mount Discos, Skyjacker Nitro 8000's, new Rugged Ridge soft top (VERY LOUD!!!!). PowerAid throttle body spacer, AIRAID CAI, DYNOMAX Super Turbo CATBACK.
Rocking the country music through a Sony Xplod head unit (iPod/iPhone compatible) 300W Dual amp, 10" Pioneer sub in the back.
I update web sites, take photographs and write marketing copy for a company that sells Jeep aftermarket parts. Sometimes that means I get to go offroading while I'm getting paid! But mostly I sit at a desk.
How exactly does one get a job such as this? I would like it very much I think..
"Not all who wander are lost.."
Aircraft structual technician in the canadian forces. I know everyone thinks we fly gliders towed by wild animals and our navy consists of a canoe. but we do have a few things. I work on f-18's at present im sure thats old school stuff for the U.S.A thou.
Started out as an electronics tech I was an AQ (a rate that no longer exists. Aviation Fire Control Tech, U.S.N.), became a software engineer afterward, got tired of getting outsourced, RIF'd, and sitting on my butt.
Now I do electromechanical field service. I work from home, and fix banking equipment. If it's in a bank, I fix it. Great job, OK pay. I've seen my boss twice in the last year. Work van is broke at the moment, so I get to drive the Jeep. Using the company gas card, of course. Glad it's top down weather!
I work for the state of New Jersey, doing nothing. That means I'm unemployed if you didn't know. I am going to college for Computer Graphic Arts. If anyone knows who is hiring in South Jersey or Philly let me know. Thanks
I am co-owner of a medical transcription company that services mainly Duke Hospital. I worked there as a staff assistant for 15 years and got fed up with the crap. So now, I work from home in my PJs and they still pay me!
"It's not that I'm lazy, it's that I just don't care."
How many of us would chuck it all to be on Mythbusters?
I would do it for gas money for the Jeep. This has been my dream for years. I have some talents that they could use and I also like to blow stuff up.
I currently work at a Nuclear Plant. Yes I do glow but you have to turn the lights out.
i'm a USAF aircraft maintainer. and i am studying for my a&p license, as well as my degree in aerospace engineering. so hopefully when i get out, i can make the big bucks. i know the a&p will get me there. we'll see on the other.
"I'm a certified eco-terrorist! Every time I start my Jeep a baby seal dies!"
"Losers always whine about there best,
Winners go home and F$%K the prom queen!"