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Usually around 7 am we're dressed ready for work. 2 Hours of hard work we then go on Coffee Break for 15 Minutes. Back to work we work till 12 for lunch which is 45 minutes. Then we work till 4:30 5 pm. I've learned how to use power tools chipping guns, jack hammers, basically all types of demolition tools. The culture is very diverse which sometimes be difficult because you could be working with guys who don't speak your language. The hardest part of the day maybe dealing with the Foreman who try abusing their power or those who take power trips. The part I most enjoy is working with the guys regardless of the language barrier, because of that end of the day we still are a team with one goal.
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