Thank you for suggestingSo do you suggest it to me? Normally im an engineeer, but I've been jobless for a while
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If you trained in engineering you might consider CNC milling jobs - It should not be too hard if you studied engineer - Also AutoCAD drafters make $20 an hour and it only takes two weeks to learn how to draft on AutoCAD. And you could also work as a procurer or purchaser or solicitor or customer relations specialist at an engineering firm or as a PR guy at a tech start up.
Well i just had an exam to be teller If i start, ill start as teller
I dont have experience much in engineering, i couldnt find good opportunity on this
He upgraded through family connections - not through organic job promotion but his family connection only agreed to hire him after he had worked as a teller for 2 years - when he got his job in investments - it was also his family connection that helped him secure the sales bonus he used to get promoted to sales coach and district manager because his mom had very very rich friends who needed an investor to manage their assets and they did not know anybody in the area so he became her reference
I understand Thats nice for him But i have to upgrade myself by passing exams , i guess thats once in 3 yearsI just should do that job, maybe i can like the job and continue Or i can collect money and go abroad and work in programming area I like programming but i need to learn more
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