Old Duck Getter wrote:Went to the interview last week. I was very interesting to say the least. It's 3 1/2 hours from where I live, but that's OK. They offer free housing for when they work and per diem at $30 a day. The wages are good I guess for being out in the sticks. The only problems is their maintenance crew calls for 12. If I take the job I'll be number 5. They said they just can't find people. The money is good. Their equipment is only a year old, but the maintenance crew doesn't get the time off as production does. Production work 7 on and 7 off. Maintenance works 10 on and 4 off. With 12 hours shifts, my being 64, that's a lot of hours. One of the reasons for a job change was to get more time for family, hunting and fishing. So I don't think I'm going to take this one. I've found 3 more jobs like this, but with the time off I'm looking for, that I have interviews for. I'll let you all know how it goes.
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