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    Hi. I have bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering. I worked around 8 years as cnc machinist-miller. I have basics with cad, cam software, as solidworks, mastercam, edgecam, etc. I wanna change my job, cause i'm tired due shifts, overtime, working on weekends and holidays, weak health, poisonous atmosphere in workplace with colleagues and managers. Maybe somebody can recommend what kind of job, I can find with that experience? What I need to learn, or study more by myself? I wanna something non stressfull job. Sorry for english, and thanks.

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    Maybe you should be a social media influencer...


    Seriously though, here in the USA you could get about any job you wanted. Not having experience in a chosen career does not mean you cannot get hired, but it may mean you will not be paid as well as your current job.

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    But apparently you flunked "technical writing 101" eh ?

    Try a better title sir/madam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    But apparently you flunked "technical writing 101" eh ?

    Try a better title sir/madam.
    How’s your Lithuanian?


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro

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    Quote Originally Posted by ripperj View Post
    How’s your Lithuanian?
    Yep. Give it a rest, ehh Doug? This shit and the spammer shit has gone from mildly entertaining to very annoying in record time. And now his thread is officially derailed by no fault of his own.

    Don't be like Gordon.

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    Machine tool sales.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2outof3 View Post
    Machine tool sales.
    Good one. I was in few interwiews few years ago. One says they don't need engineers, they need sales managers, another says they need engineers, but not sales managers, cause you must have knowledge about tools, feeds, speeds, materials and etc. Also it's not good, risky field, - you get new car, new phone, have a good look, but if not showing results, and not sell anything, you get minimum vage, get fired, or employer do that you leave by yourself...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spyker View Post
    Hi. I have bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering. I worked around 8 years as cnc machinist-miller. I have basics with cad, cam software, as solidworks, mastercam, edgecam, etc. I wanna change my job, cause i'm tired due shifts, overtime, working on weekends and holidays, weak health, poisonous atmosphere in workplace with colleagues and managers. Maybe somebody can recommend what kind of job, I can find with that experience? What I need to learn, or study more by myself? I wanna something non stressfull job. Sorry for english, and thanks.
    A friend had a job taking the ladies shopping from a very high class golf course resort..He said it was a fun job..Go figure.

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    Custom Hydraulic Cylinder Manufacturer | Burnsideautocyl.com

    If you are willing to relocate these guys in Ireland are always on the lookout for people with your kind of experience. There are a couple of Lithuanian guys working for them already.


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