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Monday, March 22, 2010

Do What You Love

The following job posting in the Buffalo News Classified Section on Sunday March 21, 2010 caught my attention:

Senior Assembler Technician
Does your heart pound 
when you think of an oscilloscope?

Do you enjoy working with
Mass Spectrometers;
Pressure Gages; Microscopes?

If you like to work in a
team environment using
these and other
mechanical tools and are
mechanically inclined,
we have the perfect job
for you!

This position involves 2nd
and 3rd shift work in a
Class 10,000 clean room
environment, with great
pay all at a world-class
company located in East
Aurora.

All we require is a positive
attitude, 2 yr. technical
degree, and 3 yrs.
experience in a technical
environment preferably
within the aerospace field.

Doesn't that sound like a great place to work? I have to admit that my heart does pound when I think of an oscilloscope! What a great line to attract their target worker.

This employer is looking for someone who likes to work in a team environment. Employers want team members who will work together for the benefit of the company.

They are also looking for people who not only like what they do, but who have passion for it and love what they do. And, they want to pay you to do what you love!
  • The first requirement is a positive attitude. That's more important than knowledge and experience.
  • Degrees are required these days to prove that you can work hard to achieve goals and have the minimum knowledge to perform the job.
  • Experience shows that you have successfully done similar work before. The rest is up to you.
In today's economy, the expression “Do what you love, love what you do” is more applicable than ever. What would you love to do?

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