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- From: BDWOLF123(--nospam--at)aol.com
- Date: Thu, 18 Nov 1999 12:23:04 EST
Bill, I appreciate your comments on me working for my father, and I have already taken all of what you have said into consideration. My motivation for working for my father is to save enough money for one year so that no more student loans will be taken out when I return to school at UCSD in the fall 2000 to obtain my M.S. in Structural Engineering. I looked at it as a good oportuinity to make some money without explaining to every firm that I interviewed with that I need a job but in a year....and that whole scenario. In fact, I interviewed with a few large firms, and almost every firm expressed concern about hiring me for one year and then who knows? I grew tired of explaining my position to every firm so when my father lost an engineer, he offered me the positon. It was all timing you could say. As for the relationship between me and my fellow engineers, they are my teachers as well as my superiors and I look up to them with a great deal of respect for their seniority and experience. And believe me, the boss is much harder on me than anyone else in the office, and if I were to ask him for a raise, he'd either laugh in my face or ask for his money back that he spent to put me through school at Cal Poly, SLO. Andrew Arnold, EIT Arnold Engineering
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