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Moving back home to Tennessee
Posted 04 May 2012 - 06:17 PM
Again, I know this is a sports website and not facebook, but a Vol fan is a Vol fan and Vol fans that I know are always willing to help out other Vol fans. If anything, a good word input to a company is better than what I have here in Washington state at the moment. If you know of any places that are hiring, I have a resume and recommendation letters already printed out and saved that I can send. I truly appreciate any help I can get from anyone as transitioning from the military back to the civilian world after 14 years of service is a HUGE transition.
Thanks in advance for everything!
Senior WR Gerald Jones on Freshman QB Tyler Bray
Posted 04 May 2012 - 07:14 PM
Posted 05 May 2012 - 06:01 AM
Wishing you the best of luck! and oh yeah...... GO VOLS!
Vol fan for life! Gator Hater and Bammer Slammer forever!!
"Never, ever, gamble on football. The ball is shaped funny and is liable to bounce any ol' direction." -Dan Jenkins
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"If I owned Hell, Tuscaloosa and Gainesville, I'd rent out Gainesville and Tuscaloosa and live in Hell!!" -Bigarnj1
Posted 09 May 2012 - 10:23 AM
One drawback, even living in TN, you have to pay state income tax to AL. Not only do I want my money, but I really hate giving it to the state of AL. But it's a pretty nice area for employment.
Just an idea. Good luck to you and yours wherever you land.
Posted 11 May 2012 - 03:44 PM
I'm at Watts Bar nuke right now, +3 more Yrs work there and they're hiring all crafts/techs every day. After that TVA is re-starting construction at Bellefonte nuke, 2 units, +10 Yrs work there. (new construction, no fuel onsite, no NRC) Later this Yr construction will be starting on a new facility at Y-12 plant in Oak Ridge, 10-12 Yrs work there, crafts/techs. All nuclear, all union. Don't know how you feel about that, but once you get clearance and can go in unescorted, the hard part is over.
My son is graduating high-school tonite, and after that there is nothing keeping me in Missisloppy. So I'll be looking for a house in Big Orange Country myself soon. Sounds kinda sappy, but working and being in ETennessee for the last Yr makes me feel like I'm back where I belong. Hmmm, something. Having weekends off and being about an hour from Neyland is a tasty bonus that I indulge myself in every chance I get...
Oh yeah, like the other fellas said, thanks.