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They had free coffee.

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You could be sent anywhere in the country, most of the work is in the mid-west. Mileage is paid.

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If you have a family, it's hard to make time for them and traveling.

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Good/bad depending on the sup. or foreman on the jobs.

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Easy. Interview, drug test, orientation, go to work.

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If you're actually sick you get as many as you want. It's construction. When you come to work... work. If you're sick stay home. Don't get others sick. That's basically the policy. Don't abuse it.

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The closest is probably Ft. Dodge, IA. Not many regional offices near Illinois.

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That depends on your school and how many hours you need for the college credit. Probably 8 to 12 weeks, or you could just hire straight on.

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Yearly most of the time

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Oil and gas crew probably won't last, you can only screw the customer so long before the numbers add up.

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