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Darryl Dixon
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5 months ago

Work hard and grow old

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Angelica Vargas
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over 6 months ago

The great people I worked with and the support they provided to the union employees

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John Rodriguez
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over 6 months ago

What made me stay at #Local 73 sheet Metal Workers was

I was young man at that time in my life. At that time I was working for a sign company. Billboard signs poster board signs. Company wanted change contracts. We went on strike. The company was. under local 73 sheet Metal Workers union. After the strike we who stayed on strike were placed in the trades Sheet Metal Workers over night. The work was hard but good. The pay was very good. I retired from Chicago smwa

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Jason Schaeffer
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over 6 months ago

Before your interview at #Local 9 operating engineers make sure to...

Gather all your documented experience on heavy equipment that you can get your hands on and be sure all your necessaries are in order your gonna start paying dues and there's an initiation fee for use of training facility which is worth every red cent and then some so if you are able be prepared to make a payment if your not they will work with you to some extent my experience with locale 9 operating engineers was very satisfying and professional they will make you proud to call local 9 your home if your tired of not getting the wage to equal your experience then you are on the right track cause that's what they do is make sure your paid a fair wage for your duty along with a plethora of other Benefits but I won't spoil it for you don't waist anymore time apply today

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Avallon of Glymm Mere
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over 6 months ago

Before your interview at #Local 252 tacoma, wa make sure to...

Nothing, it's the laborers' bring 20 bucks and your flaggers card. It'll be a while before you get called out though. You gotta be in the right crowd to get constant work. So it's feast or famine. Wrap your brain around that......then go find a stable job. Cuz the union will lake you loose your house and everything else you own and you'll be living in your car scared to find anything stable.

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jason grube
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over 6 months ago

I felt proud to work for #local #395 when...My first 2 years.

I first started in 1989. Within a few years I realized what a corrupt union I joined.

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brian meador
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over 6 months ago

Excellent career and proud to be a member of such a great union and brotherhood of men

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Mark Feltner
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over 6 months ago

Good job great pay and benefits

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Thomas Susoeff
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over 6 months ago

Im a fouth generation teamster #LOCAL 85 ONCE A VERY STRONG UNION PROUD TO BE RETIERD 22 PLUS YEARS GREAT JOB I WORKED THE HIGHERING HALL FOR THe first 7 months defferent jobs. Driving for the top of the line trucking companys busted my ass i made $60,000 70,000 80,000 a year 50 to 60 hours a week mt family had top of thr line medical no copay.medicine coverd but driving a truck for a living was great get that CDL PEOPLE THEN STAY POSITIVE JUST BELIEVE IF YOU WANT. IT BAD ENOUGH STAY CLEAN. CUT. YOUR HAIR. NO NOT THE LADYS BY THE WAY MOST OF THE LADYS DRIVING TRUCKS OR TRACTOR TRAILERS THESE DAYS CAN OUT DRIVE A LOT OF GUYS A NEAT APERENCE AND ABLE TO PEE RANOM AND CLEAN IS WORTH THE MONEY MAKE GREAT MONEY OR GET HIGH AND STAY AT THAT $12 an hour good luck people bust your ass ....proud and retired teamster loveing life ....

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