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Getting tired of the ups and downs of the auto industry so I'm thinking of going for some training. Not sure what i want to do though. Just wondering if you guys know of what positions are in demand out there right now. Sucks living by Windsor though cause most things are automotive based and like I said I'm trying to get away from that. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated



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that's one of the things I've been thinking of. Just that I haven't seen alot of demand for it down here



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Had a very lucky to be alive experience with electricity a few years ago so that one's out of the question due to i never wanna go there again!



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two problems with that are 1) I've been an insulin dependent diabetic for 31 years and they kinda frown on giving me a license because of it. 2) I do have a criminal record from when I was younger and the US doesn't recognise Canadian pardons. Trust me it's a job I've always wanted to do



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Heavy Machinery Technician... fancysmancy term for a Mechanic pays good its dirty and you could almost work 24/7 always looking for guys in ontario and are wayway short on guys in the oilsands

Id say Crane Operator but the insulin thing im not sure about... and you eed an AZ licence for it also...

Crane Operators are also in veryshort demand
 

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any kind of trade......especially if you are willing to relocate. if you are willing to work and learn, you can do anything you want in the West
 
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