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NoLonger A. Designer in West Chester, Ohio

129 months ago

Don't choose manufacturing based careers. It is clear that there is no future in it.

No money.

No satisfaction.

NO FACILITIES!

THE U.S. IS NOW A SERVICE ECONOMY!!!

Take up banking, insurance or health care.

On the horizon, if you know how to deal with trash and human excrement, you have areal future.

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millesa

104 months ago

NoLonger A. Designer in West Chester, Ohio said: Don't choose manufacturing based careers. It is clear that there is no future in it.

No money.

No satisfaction.

NO FACILITIES!

THE U.S. IS NOW A SERVICE ECONOMY!!!

Take up banking, insurance or health care.

On the horizon, if you know how to deal with trash and human excrement, you have areal future.

OR move to Mexico (Thanks to Clintons NAFTA ) if you want to stay in manufacturing.Its all $$$$$ now to heck with quality!!!!!!!!!!!!

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thomashopper in Lexington, Kentucky

90 months ago

NoLonger A. Designer in West Chester, Ohio said: Don't choose manufacturing based careers. It is clear that there is no future in it.

No money.

No satisfaction.

NO FACILITIES!

THE U.S. IS NOW A SERVICE ECONOMY!!!

Take up banking, insurance or health care.

On the horizon, if you know how to deal with trash and human excrement, you have areal future.

i agree been looking for 13months and have 17yrs experience as a mechanical designer

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Machine Designer in Troy, Ohio

76 months ago

I disagree with you all. I see Cincy area person and Lex Ky. Plenty of positions in those areas. Try looking harder. If your not getting replies to your resume perhaps you need to re-write it. How you handle the interview plays a part too. The jobs are there. Pay rates not what they were a few yrs ago but a JOB is better than Obama's handouts.......

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