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  • rocketman
    Member

    Morning folks

    I’m currently working as a design engineer but I’m bored with it and would like to do something else. Have tried some agencies but they are only offering me the same kind of work somewhere else.

    I’m not looking for a new career I’d like something a lot less demanding. An ordinary office job, that sort of thing

    I don’t mind diversifying and I would pretty much consider anything. Where would be the best place to start looking for a wide variety of jobs? I just need some ideas at the moment.

    Cheers

    gogg
    Member

    Become a cabinet minister, then quit, watch the offers roll in!

    😉

    gogg
    Member

    How much does it need to pay??

    rocketman
    Member

    How much does it need to pay?

    Not a lot tbh. I live a simple life 🙂

    gogg
    Member

    Are you prepared to relocate?

    rocketman
    Member

    Are you prepared to relocate?

    Absolutely not living as I do so close to the MTB Mecca of the world aka Cannock

    gogg
    Member

    Where are you located then?

    ChunkyMTB
    Member

    I’m not looking for a new career I’d like something a lot less demanding. An ordinary office job, that sort of thing

    You’ll get bored quickly and will be looking for a more demanding job. Ordinary office job usually = Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    gogg
    Member

    What’s you’re idea of “not a lot”?

    Gareth Bale probably thinks £100k a year is “not a lot”, whereas Saido Berahino gets by on £850 a week.

    gogg
    Member

    And there was me thinking MTB Mecca was Whistler…

    rocketman
    Member

    10-15-20k that sort of thing

    Premier Icon Drac
    Subscriber

    Do you know anything about PHP as you could take a job at another MTB Mecca.

    Other than that I’m confused as you don’t want a career change but don’t seem to want to anything new.

    Premier Icon binners
    Subscriber

    Pretend you’re a Romanian thats just been trafficked into the country. You’ll get tons of job offers!

    rocketman
    Member

    Do you know anything about PHP

    As it happens I do but I’d rather not have anything more to do with it

    Other than that I’m confused as you don’t want a career change but don’t seem to want to anything new

    Sorry if my post was confusing.

    My definition of a career is an occupation that involves some kind of special training or qualifications, and has definite prospects. I’ve got a career as a design engineer but I’ve lost interest in it and I don’t want to embark on a different career with more specialised training and more qualifications

    The recruitment agencies only tell me about roles similar the one I’m already in but I’d like to know where to start looking for something less high-profile – if that makes sense

    Premier Icon Drac
    Subscriber

    Ah right it was probably me being a bit thick to be honest.

    Well you need to have an idea what you want, what hours you want to work and if it’s local.

    Popular one on here for people dropping of the career line is a bike shop mechanic.

    heisenberg
    Member

    why do the grass looks always greener on the other side

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