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Thread: more jobs in alabama

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    JJs
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    The only problem with that is that it is in Alabama! Who wants to live there?

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    well, we do,

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    Junior Member mochasue's Avatar
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    There is nothing wrong with Alabama! It was meant to be in fun! :thumbup:
    Really, more jobs is a good thing right now! No matter where they are!

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    Well....that is Great News!!!:D:D:D
    Now...if that would just spread across the USA :thumbup:

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    If I had the skills I wouldn't mind moving there. I am open to the entire country right now. I am a pharmaceutical scientist and with the large mergers taking place the pharmaceutical world is getting very complicated and hard to find jobs. The company I worked for was merged with a larger one in October and in November announced closing many sites. When they are done rebuilding the company 15,000 people will be unemployed. I need to change my career. I have applied to several jobs as a research scientist but nothing yet. My favorite job ever was as a lab technician in an In Vitro Fertilization lab. I loved meeting the patients and see their joy when the cycles were succesful. I had one patient name her baby after me because I prepared the sample for the process. I wouldn't mind going back to that.

    Thanks for the link.

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    Hi Maride,

    That is terrible about your job. I know the feeling hubby worked in an automotive plant and they closed all locations in Indiana and Michigan. He has been unemployed since July 2009.

    Karen

    Quote Originally Posted by Maride
    If I had the skills I wouldn't mind moving there. I am open to the entire country right now. I am a pharmaceutical scientist and with the large mergers taking place the pharmaceutical world is getting very complicated and hard to find jobs. The company I worked for was merged with a larger one in October and in November announced closing many sites. When they are done rebuilding the company 15,000 people will be unemployed. I need to change my career. I have applied to several jobs as a research scientist but nothing yet. My favorite job ever was as a lab technician in an In Vitro Fertilization lab. I loved meeting the patients and see their joy when the cycles were succesful. I had one patient name her baby after me because I prepared the sample for the process. I wouldn't mind going back to that.

    Thanks for the link.

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