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2005/08/03 20:51:47 (permalink)
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if you were able to retrain..

ok as its a BB site no gym owning or personal training but other than that,
if you were able to retrain to any trade wot wud you choose ?
oh and no nipple tweakers or porn stand in's just proper answers pleaseeeeeeeee :)
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    kinglean
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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/03 20:54:38 (permalink)
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    Dentistry probably. Seem to be a big shortage.
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    Trident
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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/03 21:16:52 (permalink)
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    I would have gone in to Law or PR if i had my time again.

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    bruceflea
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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/03 21:18:07 (permalink)
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    never to old mate ever
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    bruceflea
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    DonVito
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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/03 21:31:28 (permalink)
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    Fanny doctor because im a right orrible bloke lol

    "Oh!! Thats your Boyfriend, i thought you were tallking your little brother for a walk.."
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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/03 21:37:47 (permalink)
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    session musician (guitar)
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    Mr Jingles
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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/03 21:39:15 (permalink)
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    Brucie, if i were to retrain it would be as a plumbing/heating engineer - or a very similar trade as to be able to earn a bit of extra in the folding stuff as foreigners.

    I would more than likely if i could go back to school leaving age, train up as said plumbing/heating engineer (get my corgi reg etc) and then become a fireman.

    Then due to the 4 days on 4 days off, show the taxman that im earning the X amount per year as fireman, then what i earned in my 4 days off working in my 'other' trade would preferably be cash and would be mine, ALL MINE !!!!!

    As it is now im an electrical/mechanical engineer, but i kinda work in a specialised industry, and mainly for the commercial haulage sector so foreigners/Cash in hand are non exsistant.
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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/03 21:41:42 (permalink)
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    thats one sneaky plan bro i like it.
    im currently stuck in a really crappy all commsion based sales role but ive done my lock smith just trying to get cash to do the advanced and get the kit etc
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    RudeboyR
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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/03 21:49:19 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Mr Jingles

    Brucie, if i were to retrain it would be as a plumbing/heating engineer - or a very similar trade as to be able to earn a bit of extra in the folding stuff as foreigners.

    I would more than likely if i could go back to school leaving age, train up as said plumbing/heating engineer (get my corgi reg etc) and then become a fireman.

    Then due to the 4 days on 4 days off, show the taxman that im earning the X amount per year as fireman, then what i earned in my 4 days off working in my 'other' trade would preferably be cash and would be mine, ALL MINE !!!!!

    As it is now im an electrical/mechanical engineer, but i kinda work in a specialised industry, and mainly for the commercial haulage sector so foreigners/Cash in hand are non exsistant.



    How did you get into the sector of work that you do now. What qualifications do you have?
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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/03 23:53:01 (permalink)
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    Commercial diver.
    Make and save loads of cash and then retire to fiji and run scuba courses for bingo money.
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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/04 00:29:45 (permalink)
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    personal trainer or euntrepenuer, witha great business idea

    such as last minute.com

    did fancy buying a party bus as they have in london,but need cash , any helpers online, I have a full PCV licence., clean too.
    post edited by scottishstu - 2005/08/04 00:31:22
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    Neville Bartos
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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/04 00:30:49 (permalink)
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    Yer, they earn well in excess of 100k, some upto 250k per annum. But would you enjoy messing around in some old farts mouth all day?!

    Fortuantely I am only 19 so the worl is still my oyster ! After a spell of sh1t jobs I am returning to college to study A-levels in Maths, economics, sociology and geography.

    Taking 2 years out of education is the best thing I ever did. I am now mature enough for education and actually want to learn. I know I will be giving 100% and make a full success of it. When I have done my course I would like togo to University and study economics. I would like to become a stockbroker or hedge fund manager, something along htose lines anyway!

    Really looking forward toreturning to my studies..

    ORIGINAL: kinglean

    Dentistry probably. Seem to be a big shortage.


    post edited by Neville Bartos - 2005/08/04 00:35:38
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    alpine
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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/04 02:24:49 (permalink)
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    Astronought, er, you got a loose tile here missus.
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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/04 02:30:48 (permalink)
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    Chiropractor/ sports massage therapist/ dog breeder.
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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/04 02:38:19 (permalink)
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    alpine you crack me up.

    well im a mechanical engineer by qualification, and soon to be army officer by choice. so id have to choose something like medicine or law if i could be arsed, i need to be busy.

    if i couldnt be arsed, something like a marine biologist, maybe a PR job or advertising? not that im saying thats an easy job. i dont know, theres loads of stuff id like to do. still young.

    soap
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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/04 13:49:28 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Mr Jingles

    As it is now im an electrical/mechanical engineer, but i kinda work in a specialised industry, and mainly for the commercial haulage sector so foreigners/Cash in hand are non exsistant.


    ORIGINAL: RudeboyR

    How did you get into the sector of work that you do now. What qualifications do you have?


    I work for my parents business, it wasnt something that was really planned as such, i was at college doing a BTEC national diploma in general engineering and after d1cking around too much i failed part of the second year so had to resit it as day release (was only 3 lessons)...at the same time my folks business was getting really busy so asked if i could help out............ 12 years later im still here

    As for quliafactions...none, i dont know if i ever passed my course at college. Completed all the day release resit stuff but never heard anything. So i really have a bunch of rubbish gcse's and 12 years experience doing real life work.
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    symzie
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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/04 13:59:03 (permalink)
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    If I were younger I would train as a pilot, no doubt about it. The thing is when I was younger I didn't have the open mind I have now and wouldn't even have considered it, shame.

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    symzie
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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/04 13:59:03 (permalink)
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    If I were younger I would train as a pilot, no doubt about it. The thing is when I was younger I didn't have the open mind I have now and wouldn't even have considered it, shame.

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    RE: if you were able to retrain.. 2005/08/04 14:27:23 (permalink)
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    Would have loved to be an Europen interpreter (French, German, Italian, etc) but, of course my disability prevents that. Have always been faciniated with languages and the associated cultures.

    Cheers

    MD
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