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  • http://tiny.cc/ewcollins Eliot W. Collins

    Back in 1980 I entered a year-long government program (CETA) where I received paid training in machine technology in preparation to take a job as a machinist or tool and die maker. When I completed the program, the only job I could find was working as a sheet metal mechanic at just above minimum wage.

    At that point I went back to graduate school in mathematics, and I am glad that I did. Working in a machine shop was dirty and dangerous, and I doubt that I could still do it at my current age.

    I do remember what a knurl, chamfer and sine bar are, as well as orthographic projections and numerical control machines. I still have my tools, including the lead hammer that I made.

  • bryan gerard briggs

    I am a 39-year-old unemployed writer/artist who just graduated from a vocational school here in NYC.I haven’t found employment yet…but,I will continue to look around for jobs,even internships,or volunteer work,if I have to,which may lead to a paying job! You have to do what you have to do out here to survive!

  • http://twitter.com/lukoba ஜ۩ LUK0BA ۩ஜ

    I think these question misses the point. Any body will relocate for better prospects!