I getting ready to enlist in the Navy and I wanted to see if anyone had any information or advise for choosing a rating.
My goal is to have a rating that will allow me to become a Water/Wastewater Plant Operator in the civilian world. Any Navy jobs that would allow me to repair or maintance pipes or a water/wastewater plant would be ideal.
I am talking about jobs that you shouldn't need college for. For example, I worked at a refinery as a contractor and I met the plant operators there some who have been there for over 30 years. All they needed back then was a high school diploma. But the new operators need 2 years of college to get in now. I see this with a lot of jobs. I can understand why a doctor or lawyer would need to go to college but a plant operator? Why do most jobs that didn't require college years back require it now?
I am a newly registered electrical engineer, and i saw job vacancy here in my company, presently i am a power plant operator, i am interested to apply for project engineer, how to pass the interview?
I work as a Plant Operator in a boiler room for a hospital. each year my department gets $4000 to spend on furthering education and training for its employees. its a first come first serve thing. what should I be looking into?
Good paying jobs (which increase men's overall average pay) like electricians; construction workers; offshore riggers; chemical, petroleum, nuclear and power plant operators; power, communications, gas and water line technicians; firefighters and police officers...
Or could it be that most women are OK with letting men do these dangerous, dirty and difficult jobs?
Yes, Hannah. And women tend to choose less dangerous, less dirty and less difficult jobs. You haven't answered the question.
I am ready to go to work. My job in the Navy was electrican and motor repair and power plant operator.I have most all levels of sea manship exsperance including fire fighting and line handling also.I want to work even as a wiper right away .
I'm just curious, i've been thinking about what i want to get a degree in and nuclear energy pops to mind. In general, what's the average salary and the demand for workers in nuclear energy (such as a nuclear plant operator, or maintenance) ? (In the U.S.A.) of course. Do you think this demand will change over the next decade? (No real appropriate place for this, so i put it here)
You didn't really answer the question...
Does anyone know of any power plants around San Antonio Tx... (names please) We live in Nm and want to move somewhere around there and my husband is a power plant operator with 6yrs experiance
I am a plant operator,operating excavators,and dozers
I'm 28 and have a mechanical engineering degree but no experience in the industry. I'm looking for a career change and I want to work in a power plant but every available job is for someone with 3-5 years of experience.
I've asked people on here what kind of jobs there are in Nuclear Power Plants but no one is answering. Tried looking online but I can't find any infomation on there either. I just want to know which ones are which, pay, exactly what they do, what they did to get qualified, etc.
I'm a level 2 water plant operator. I make 47 grand a year. I think I make more money than I need so I actually put away 12 grand a year to my investment funds. In 4 more years and if nothing goes wrong, I'll have 100 grand in stocks, which will boost my annual income.
One day, my grandma offers me to go to college for free, but shes only paying up to an Associates and I can live in one of her apartment rooms for free. I just need to pay for food, gas, and other stuff. This is going to be in California so it might get pretty expensive. I have barely any money in my savings account, but I have 50 grand in my mutual fund. If I go with the plan, I'll pull out some money from my investment money and live off of it. What should I do?
Money is happiness.
I'm about to get a building service worker job in a school, how long does it take to work my way up to boiler operator, plant operator, or manager of the janitorial staff?
is your husband still a janitor or has he worked up to a higher position?
Our local college in wilmington nc has a training program for this. They said it would guarantee me a job making $24 an hour after 2 years of classes and on the job train as you go. It sounds good, but I don't know anything about working in a place like that. Is it like a maintenance job?
Im 15 years old and I need a summer job. i LOVE AIRPLANES AND AIRPORTS. Im looking at a small municipal airport and i was wondering if airports like this have any jobs that I could do, like what type?
There is a power plant being built close to my home and i might be interested in working there. I just finished high school and am ready to go to college. The only problem is, what courses do you take to work there?
What are the most common jobs for parents living in the country to have?
Would it be farmers? buisness owners?
Try to hold off on the red neck jokes.
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I live in a mostly rural, partly suburban neighborhood. Most people in my neighborhood have at least 1 or 2 acres, I have 2 acres.
My dad is a guitar player & golf teacher.
My mom is an eye doctor.
I need to know specific jobs of people that build highways. If possible I would also like phone numbers of people who could tell me more about what kind of people are needed.
I'm really worried about the economy and looking for a quick certification so I can have some sort of qualification in case it totally goes under. I found a 14 credit hour renewable energy certification at a community college. Do you think this will do any good for finding jobs?
What kind of jobs can women have, that they aren't blamed for getting because of Affirmative Action?