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If you have just entered the field...Whats your idea of a "good" job??? Everything is relative.

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I'm quite a bit older than all those posters above me who have answered the original post and maybe I do have an advantage by having a 5 year old granddaughter as well as her 3 year old sister and my three kids, all married and tech savy, but for you dinosauers, :biggrin2: the original posting is very clear if.....you know anything about "texting abbreviations"...so how about easing up and attempting to help the "newbie ?? :biggrin1:

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Working night shift is not a good job.

Sure as hell might be if it affords one the opportunity to travel around the world at a significantly discounted rate.

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Worked nights as an AME for over 20 years and yes it was a good job.

Problem is that all there is now is JOBS but no Careers in aviation.

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"There are a lot of people that would disagree with you"

Today perhaps...

Come on DEFCON, don't you know by now - Westjet is different.

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Come on DEFCON, don't you know by now - Westjet is different.

It is and I ain't no greenhorn. :Nodding:

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Posters do not use texting abbreviations on this board, and the person who originated this thread should have realized that people try to express their thoughts in complete sentences here.

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Posters do not use texting abbreviations on this board, and the person who originated this thread should have realized that people try to express their thoughts in complete sentences here.

OMG! LOL, TTFN!

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Agreed, There are exceptions when it concerns working nights and sleeping days. Many individuals are able to adjust their circadian cycle to suit themselves. On days off, you can join the bar crowd who also sleep during the day and stay up all night.

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