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Old 07-06-2009, 06:33 PM   #1
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Has anyone gone back to work yet?

Well, Its been a full 6 months since my Lay-off. Its starting to get tough, but I'm hanging in there. Everytime I turn on the news, they say either the Eco has seen its worst and is starting to pick up or the unemployment rate is better this month. In my area, it seems to be getting worse. I know this will take time, but I need some work. Has anyone else noticed any improvements in their area? Anyone that was layed-off get called back?
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I'm working on a job over here in Beaumont, TX, but I don't know how long it will last. I was laid off from Feb 16th to until June 17th. Just trying to make ends meet right now. I sold my land and paid everything I own off and I still have some money left over to last me for a while.
I'm working for my old company as a consultant. The guys that are using me out here pissed off a lot of higher ups to get me on this job, but they already told me that if they get the next bid I'll be on that job also. There has also been some talk about getting me back on the pay role, but I'll beleave it when I see it.
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I inherited a Sawmill about 2 months ago. Its all set-up with equipment and everything. My grandfather and I used to run it and make a lot of cash with it. But now that the housing market has taken a crap, I'm only selling little by little. So if anyone needs lumber, you know who to call! lol! The Mill came with a track-hoe also, so I've been doing work with it too....................
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I'm working on a job over here in Beaumont, TX, but I don't know how long it will last. I was laid off from Feb 16th to until June 17th. Just trying to make ends meet right now. I sold my land and paid everything I own off and I still have some money left over to last me for a while.
I'm working for my old company as a consultant. The guys that are using me out here pissed off a lot of higher ups to get me on this job, but they already told me that if they get the next bid I'll be on that job also. There has also been some talk about getting me back on the pay role, but I'll beleave it when I see it.
MG Did you sell your land in Gilmer?
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Clint I hate to hear you are having troubles with finding a job. I know how tough it is out there -- I just keep praying everyday that I keep my business going -- right now things are good and that is really surprising for me cause I have a house cleaning business -- the "maid" is usually one of the first things to go with things get tough. Keep your head up -- I will keep ya in my prayers.
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Thanks. My old job called 5 back about a month ago, but thats it. Fortunately, even when I was making good money I didnt bury myself with debt. But now that I have the sawmill, Im finding out how expensive it is to keep a small business running........................
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MG Did you sell your land in Gilmer?
Yep, we closed on it last week sometime. We sold it for twice what we paid for it. I have everything I own paid off now, feels good not having bills. Now I'm looking for a place to park my trailer house. Better to sell the land and have some cash than to wait around a loose everything.
Plans are to buy a lot somewhere and sell the trailer house down the road when we save up enough to buy another place.
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Still no worky for me. I look but not hard. Sence we finally 9+mths sold the house and moving from Austin to Conroe,tx. Once i get us settled ill start lookin hard again. Plus there a ton of machine shops that way compaired to Austin.

Alot of jobs are by word of month. because it you post it some were. Every knuckle across the country well be acting on it.
And getting calls like this..... I have no idea what the job is but i well be the best at it.
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I've remained stable, disability sucks, but I've been grateful for every dime. We havn't gotten the wife all the way through her schooling yet, but every semester brings that goal a little closer. Her part-time job bumped into a full-time, higher paying (though still not salaried) position last week unexpectedly.

I really feel for you guys that have been out of work and/or had to sell off stuff to survive the downturn. We lost 3/4 of our income when I got hurt but fortunately we were fairly debt free and were able to buckle down the rest of our monthly spending to keep out of trouble. We were already hurting when this whole thing started getting bad, so it really couldn't get any worse. Our new little fishing business is at least paying for itself right now and with a little luck it'll take off here before long. One thing I certainly can't complain about is having enough time or bait to go fishing.

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Lubbock is where you need to be looking.....
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Yea but i have no family up there. All are family is north of houston. Thats why we sold and moved that way. And got out of this white coular city. Dam hippes.
Lubbock cant touch the amount of machine shops down here. Plus i like to run larger dia. Stuff like 24"inch plus up to acouple feet in dia.
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I thought 24" was a couple of feet.
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Machine shop world thats 24.000 thousands! Almost everything in dia is send it thousands, They call it out in feet on lenght some times.


Now this what you call a ram pinch clamp. That a 24"scale on it.
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Ya ive heard that.
What line of work are yall doing put there. Oilfield,gas,windmill,Valve work,equiment stuff.

Before i got laid off i was running a 40"Leblond with a 6ft bed. Main running stuff for H.L Chapman. One of the largest trenching copanys around the U.S and doing some valve repair and hydrolic stuff.
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I work in the freight business and my company is supposedly one of the top 2 out there right now. We lost a $2million annual account a few weeks ago because we were apparently underbid and the big wigs aren't willing to budge on their enforced "premium service for a premium price" policy.

They laid off about 40 people at this terminal back between October and January. We had 27 people on my shift, now we have 16. Things have really slowed down this month and its usually the busiest time of the year. The winter time is the slow season and its slower now than it usually is in the winters

No doubt they are going to lay off again around October, no matter what they say. Just found out today they invested $250,000 in a freight-dimension measurement machine that really doesn't seem necessary.
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Short gigs are keeping me afloat. I'm close to paying off the travel trailer, then it's just a credit card and student loans.

I'm not in debt so far that I can't get by with less then $600 a month. It's taken some sacrifices to get to this level but it's all working out just fine.

Currently I do Inventory work at a drilling company and since I'm designing the Excel files for them it's taking some time to do it. Plus I get free medical Insurance at this gig, hopefully this week or next week. Also getting dental insurance so I can get my wisdom teeth taken care of this time around. I was schedule to do it back in March but didn't due to the lay off.

I got some contacts yesterday so we will see what happens. One of them is for a Mexico job and the other is in Oklahoma.
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Yep, so they laid off 6 people that I know of last Wednsday night

its slower than a snail right now......and the slow season is coming in October. I'm sure there will be another handful laid off then too

What a drag

This economy blows and we all have to just sit here and take this?
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Thats all that we can really do is hide and watch. People are saying we've witnessed the worst and things are going to start getting better, but i'll believe it when I see it............
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YAEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!
I got hired on with company today. Last week interviewed with and then friday i had to do a machinist test. Boy talk about them throwing me to the wolfs.
Ill be making custom rams and ram repair. That ive been doing for the last 3 years. But these to a high grade rams ill be working on. What cool there all 100% in house company. They make walking systems for old rigs and huge machineary.
What sucks is they have to can someone to make room for me. Its sucks but i have 2 week of UMP left.

Oh yea it pays kickass money. And the company has made 100% profit and growth over the last two years. Whats funny is i say out of 20 guys that work in the shop. only 3 are from texas. Ol'boy.
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Whats funny i found these job add on work in texas site. But i went around them, And called them myself.
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