A lot of places are trying out self driving trucks saying it will make trucking freight safer and cheaper. Anybody who has driven a truck knows that it’s NOT that easy. What happens if a steer tire blows out?! Or if the weather is crap? Computers can’t fix everything. I honestly never liked the idea of self-driving anything. I feel like I am in the Twilight Zone. Anyone else?
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I’m excited to announce that I am OFFICIALLY starting a contract to perm job tomorrow. I am even more excited that I will be given the top rate of $31/hr. It’s a little less than I was making before but I am so blessed to have a job. I still have a few pending/potential offers, but unless it’s a perm position making more money, I think I’m cool.
Thank you all for your support and kind words. I will keep you posted about any job changes.
my independence and the fact i could spend time with my family
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I've been in the Merchant Marine all my working career, now I am at the age where I am having medical issues which prevent me from going to sea. So every time I have an interview and explain my shipboard duties and the responsibilities it seems as if they become intimidated, I also explain that my computer skills are Linux based, so what's the problem.
I was experience d in what they had to offer I was still enjoying working and learned a lot while enjoying my time spent with this company
I had my resume professionally redone. My Linkedin account has over 200 endorsements. I have over 25 years experience in IT, 15 of those Managing staff as little as 5 to as large as 200+. Yet, the ONLY job I can get is as a Tier 1 tech. I have watched my salary drop from over $95K per year to now $59K per year. It has been over 10 years & I STILL can't get to where I was then!
Opinons or suggestions: I was recently awarded an offer for a position with Parks and wildlife department in IT, after about a month of waiting for a decision, they finally made me an offer for the job based on stating I was their #1 choice. Then I was instructed to get my background check done at a 3rd party fingerprinting company. after getting a clear background check I was then waiting on my start date which should have been immediately, but…