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Offline CalLabSolutions

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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #15 on: 07-06-2016 -- 15:09:50 »
I have to admit...
A woman who is certain about the uncertainty of her measurements, she is truly one of a kind...

And I am guessing worth more than $15 per hour..
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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #16 on: 07-14-2016 -- 17:58:20 »
highest bidder gets me.
I'll start the bidding at $15/hr  :-D

yea whats the point of being PMEL trained and work for as much as some damn burger flipper..

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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #17 on: 07-15-2016 -- 14:17:38 »
I'm guessing NOT!! She's too confused about what to measure!

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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #18 on: 07-19-2016 -- 12:46:43 »
Where is a burger flipper getting $15 an hour?? Sounds like I need a part time job at Mcdonalds... Where do you live Seattle? The places around here pay about $9 an hour if you are lucky. Hell my wife has an Associates degree and she isn't making $15 an hour...
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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #20 on: 07-28-2016 -- 15:36:53 »
If your young maybe consider going overseas for a year and banking some serious cash.

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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #21 on: 07-28-2016 -- 17:03:58 »
Where is a burger flipper getting $15 an hour?? Sounds like I need a part time job at Mcdonalds... Where do you live Seattle? The places around here pay about $9 an hour if you are lucky. Hell my wife has an Associates degree and she isn't making $15 an hour...

I was being somewhat facetious. I did read or hear something were fastfood workers want to be paid that. Though folks working at hobbylobby start at $11 from the sign i read at one of our local stores in houston. a buddy of mine worked at lowes a few years ago and was getting $13+

so paying a cal tech $15/hr is laughable IMO. Because with no training no HS education you can get $11+ in many places. not sure how anyone can live on $15/hr these days anyway.

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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #22 on: 09-08-2016 -- 19:43:03 »
I just posted a Tech II position for Minot.  Apply at http://www.goldbelt.com/ if you're still looking and interested.  You'll need to submit a resume when you apply.  If you have previous PMEL experience, a list of personal PMEL Supervisor references is preferred. 

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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #23 on: 09-09-2016 -- 18:14:08 »
Make sure you have a resume posted on USAJOBS.  Code 2602 and 2610 will usually bring them up.
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