furniture mover.. $16 bucks an hour... did a warehouse co manager job before at a moving company and got a shit load of money.. but still quit because of my nice co/workers who don't spoke english they got me in rage every day..
I'm Dancing with the Devil ! Forever Angels ! 81
I got your pumps right here.
The normal weight on the pallets I stack and move are around 1500lbs each.. the forklift can take 2 at the same time (But there's does that can take 3...or 6 if they are stacked). Nice stuff to handle a 1500lbs pallet in the air...the heaviest was 2000lbs "If I drop this shit it will fall through the concrete floor )
[MOTM] - JAN 2008
[MOTY] - 3rd 2008
I work for the government in agricultural R&D. Govt jobs in Australia are pretty cushy but not well paid. I'd say it depends on the lifestyle you want that should decide what you go for. The more you want money the more you have to go corporate or start your own business. But this will require you to live and breathe work. If you want lifestyle then govt and 9-5 jobs will be the easiest and often the most satisfying (as long as you are interested in the field of work).
hurt like a bitch, not to mention pulling the risers, no safety equipment, no ladders, to get up, gotta stack red crates (for milk) to get up.
High School teacher. Decent pay, great benefits, excellent job security. And it's never boring.
slept with faith and found a corpse in my arms on awakening; I drank and danced all night with doubt and found her a virgin in the morning.
Was working at Sears in Men's Wear, then got transferred to shoes, then to furniture and linnens. Fuck Sears. There's almost no chance of advancement unless you come in an hour early and leave an hour late every day. Good cash, but dealing with morons all day.
Now I'm just a Street Pharmacist and I'm making a KILLING! I got the 519 under control and easily raking in $200 profit a week.
If I was you I'd hate me too...
DRUGS ARE BAD MMKAY?
Oh I work for a company called Heritage that sells commercial kitchen equipment like fryers, ovens, stoves, burners and we sell repair parts as well. I create the customer invoices and monitor shipments coming out of our warehouse. It's pretty decent pay and it's my first "real" job. I would like to start my own business somewhere along the food sales side.
Beefcake, $200 a week? that's not even descent, if your "making a killing" as you put, you'd be making at least a G a week.
The biggest difference between you and me is you're you, and I'm me. I always win. Sorry bro.
Shit I thought I was low on money...and I get just under $600 a week. And I make the average salary at the work Im on right know..the "real" pay would be more like $700...in the pocket that is