How much do you make, for what job, how long have you been there, and what's your highest level of education?
To start everyone off, I make $25/hour, I am a powerplant operator, and I have been here for 3 months now, but I have 5 years experience in the field. Highest level of education is high school.
Asked By: kevin h - 12/13/2007
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$98,000/Yr. Solutions/Sales Engineer in the wireless and telecommunications industry. I've been in this current position for two years with 12 years experience in the telecom industry. Bachelors Degree with various different network and technical certifications (CCNA, Network+/A+, MCSA).
Answered By: mgm531 - 12/13/2007
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Pet groomer for 41 years. $40 per hour. High school. The true benfit is taking time off anytime I want. Tips are great also. And, I have made alot of great customer/friends.
Answered By: Groomer Jan - 12/13/2007
8.90/hr CNA in a nursing home 1 year this month some college
Answered By: Laura H - 12/13/2007
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