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George salter
(@saltman12)
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10/09/2017 10:22 am  

Hello gents, just a heads up...some of you may not know of the huge industry of drainage engineering. 

 

Dont get me wrong it's a bit of a shit job (literally), however for many company's no experience in necessary, and no quals needed. Now I'm not bragging, but im a 24 year old who's unskilled with no experience when I started last year, and I'm set to make over £35k this year for essentially unblocking toilets.

more money and more Oppurtunity is available if you hold Cat C license! 

I work for lanes for drains, plenty of other company's out there aswell. 

 

As the saying goes, where there's muck there's money, and every asshole is a customer. 

 

 


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Will_Farmer
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Ex-Army Admin
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Posts: 16
11/09/2017 10:57 am  

Very interesting, Its an industry that probably gets overlooked by most people and if the money is as good as that people should be keen to join it.

Thanks for brining this to the forum.

W.Farmer


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George salter
(@saltman12)
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12/09/2017 8:59 pm  

Don't get me wrong, I do work hard for the money, being on call etc. However come pay day it's worth it


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Jamie R Kennedy
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Founder & Co-Director at Veterans Network Admin
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Posts: 33
12/09/2017 9:10 pm  

This is a great income for a young bloke like yourself in 'civvy street' George! I know the job might be a little messy, so to speak, but I don't know many veterans your age earning that much out here in the civilian world.

Jamie R Kennedy


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