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Jerry Anderson
5 months ago

Started work here in 2005 as a plant operator midnight to noon. Then 3 years later was ask to move to dryer operations, being a former Navy man running boilers on a ship, I said how hard could it be to run a gas powered furnace. Worked here in dryer most of my time at SOUTH CARY WATER RECLAMATION facility. I would start the dryer up on Mondays and run til Thursday. Thats right a three day weekend almost every week. 🙌 Somedays were worse than others, but mostly was not bad. Now I'm in maintenance since 2016.

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Katie Sherwood
over 6 months ago

What I loved working at #Town&CountryVeterinaryClinic

That's an easy one the pets and the people.

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john massey
over 6 months ago

What surprised me the most about #town&countrycedarhomes was...

good work

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Frank Mechanic
26 days ago

Something I learned at #Town& country grocers ...

I learned how to cut meat ,and how to take the meat saw apart ,and how to unload a truck ,and get to know some customers coming in to buy food it was fun and I didn't like defrosting the freezer or meat case or having to wait for them to fix something but I did love my job.

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Katie Sherwood
over 6 months ago

I was proud to work for #Town&CountryVeterinaryClinic because

hi my name is Katie Sherwood and I work for a doctor sailor for many years and I'm very proud to say that it was one of the best experiences of my life and I would highly recommend anyone rather it be working for them or having them care for your pet.

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Debra Lane
about 1 month ago

Job performance pay raise

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