Electronic Jobs Are High On The Available Jobs List

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by loosewire, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. loosewire

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    The available jobs are hidden behind the doors of (Work Force One).
    That what they call the state job center In Fla. Its a matter of
    control,they don't want you to find a good job of your own. They
    want to give you all kind of test,learn every thing about you.The
    junior college is part of the deal to get bank grants and you need
    retraining whether you need it or not. They want to control any
    benefits you receive.Once they Id you they can track you as a
    retrained worker,that the new status..retrained worker to any field
    they can force you into,the new economy.
     
  2. PackratKing

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    Florida ain't the first to do this, nor will they be the last. I have encountered this B.S. in NY. as well. FedGov, among others, want entirely too much control of things in general. Some say that "1984" is just a little slow in arriving.
    I have a stinking suspicion, that a blacklist exists for people who display "political incorrectness" or bad attitudes such as mine, which makes it exceedingly difficult to land a decent job.
    Question is, when are enough Americans going to get angry enough about this to do anything constructive ??
    Revolution ?? BRING IT ON !!!!
     
  3. loosewire

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    Start your own business,not as hard as you think.
    Work at home being a consultant, just computer
    and county license. Have checked it out,posted
    it several times. I'm going to try for lobby license.
     
  4. PackratKing

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    Beentheredonethat,,,, will again ;)
    Had an in-home "cottage industry" as they call it, repairing professional 35mm and larger format film cameras, until dear ol' digital tech caught fire..........:mad:

    Not enuf demand for servicing cybernetic filmburners, and there is really no challenge to digitals, unless all you want to do is change circuitboards.

    Not to worry :D There is more than one "cash cow" out there for a good honest technician.
     
  5. loosewire

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    Changes got me to,you don't see it coming until it appears on the shelf
    at the box stores and and tech and camera stores. Fighting back use
    your thought process.Like look at what attorneys do and there rules.
    The law says they don't have to pay sales tax,so take a little of that
    and the other things to use the good parts for putting something
    together.
     
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