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What's harder, finding a good job or a technician

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Offline spanishfly25

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Finding a Technician
« on: 08-02-2012 -- 12:59:12 »
A couple of years ago, I lost my job, and It took me for ever to find a good job, now that we need to find a Technician, we can't find one. so I was wondering what's harder. to find good techs or jobs?

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Re: Finding a Technician
« Reply #1 on: 08-02-2012 -- 15:51:20 »
Where are you located? Been looking for 6 mo. Problem is with us old guys we don't want to move.
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Offline spanishfly25

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Re: Finding a Technician
« Reply #2 on: 08-02-2012 -- 17:16:23 »
Central New Jersey, New York city is 45 minutes north and philadelphia is 50 Minutes south of here

Offline USMCPMEL

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Re: Finding a Technician
« Reply #3 on: 08-02-2012 -- 18:48:45 »
The key word there is "good" tech.

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Re: Finding a Technician
« Reply #4 on: 08-02-2012 -- 21:47:15 »
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The key word there is "good" tech.
Do you know yonker too?  :wink:

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Re: Finding a Technician
« Reply #5 on: 08-03-2012 -- 00:33:10 »
Lol no why does that term not apply to him??

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Re: Finding a Technician
« Reply #6 on: 08-03-2012 -- 21:40:53 »
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The key word there is "good" tech.
Do you know yonker too?  :wink:

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Re: Finding a Technician
« Reply #7 on: 08-13-2012 -- 12:58:06 »
find good techs is always dificult, especially in todays market.

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Re: Finding a Technician
« Reply #8 on: 08-14-2012 -- 11:24:15 »
Finding a good (experienced) tech that is willing to accept the low wages that most employers want to pay is the real issue here, isn't it?

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Re: Finding a Technician
« Reply #9 on: 08-14-2012 -- 12:02:00 »
Finding a good (experienced) tech that is willing to accept the low wages that most employers want to pay is the real issue here, isn't it?

What he said......

 

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