Originally Posted by Darryl G
Well, I was an environmental scientist/geologist/hydrogeologist, not an engineer. The places I worked at were environmental consulting and engineering offices. I would investigate and delineate soil and groundwater contamination and the engineers would figure out how to clean it up...more or less. I did make more money doing that but I've yet to have a lawn care customer tell me that I needed to be in Dallas tomorrow if I wanted to keep my job, lol.
Exactly! or here's your tickets to Munich be there in the morning! or you punched in 1 min late here's your write up! I made a lot more back then BUT I had a hell of a lot more crap to put up with.