Discussion in 'Education' started by OsteInmar, Aug 30, 2018.
I have no idea and honestly do not care, but I appreciate your input.
Starting pay for a standard oil field welder in a general location is $66,000 annually. Starting pay for an underwater oil rig/pipeline welder is $300,000 annually. It's not just the job you learn that makes a difference, as much as how far you want that job to go. Not to mention you can take a welding class and work for someone else, or use the same knowledge to work for yourself, and eventually end up with a welding business making a great deal more. It is always a matter of investment in your future.
Find something you really want to do, then do it to the maximum.
You don't have to be a Wall Street trader, doctor, or scientist to make over a quarter of a million dollars a year.
You just have to know what the hell you are doing, and it helps if what you know (and do) is something someone else probably doesn't.
Do you have any idea how much money a person who climbs to the top of a cell phone tower to change a light bulb gets paid?
Thank you, my American Admiral ...
You honestly confessed that you do not know about the 2 stripes on the Soviet blanket. I'm telling a terribl4e
. Russians are very squeamish and clean people. Therefore...
1. We never sew an "American blanket" from the "pieces of matter .. we sew only rags, which then put under their feet
2. Russians think that Legs is a dirty element.
3. The Russians love order.
4. The Army blanket of the USSR has 2 strips: -
- these strips are needed for the soldier to always know where his legs are. This blanket is always put 2 strips to the feet
- The second strip is needed so that the soldiers observe parallelism
.. In the USSR there was Order!
I don't think that such subject would have given any privileges on admission to a higher institution unless the profession itself is closely related to such activities. Perhaps this would help in the study of constructing or in woodworking (in other cases, you can get civil engineering assignment help), but it seems to me that it's better to do it as elective classes when students themselves choose the subject they need.
American education is much more focused on theory, hands on like yourss a bit arder to get until high school.It is then not mandatory. Those who can handle college prep stay in classes focuses on harder subject's and those who do not apear able to handle college prep get filed into classes like you speak of.
Please do not post on the topic of education until you get one!
How bout you blow me. I am not spell checking texts
Why do Snowflakes like you always revert to gross comments?
What makes an idiot like you think I am going to spell check a text! You can blow me to!
Why would anyone consider your opinions if you are too fucking lazy to get it right? That post was an abortion that you should have seen coming a mile away.
Don't be a hypocrite! Stay off the education comments until you get one or show evidence thereof!
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