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Discussion in 'Employment' started by mflandscape, Feb 25, 2009.
6 years of experience would be nice, ill tell you that much.
well just for kicks ill talk to the wife about it. SO the pay would eb more the 17/hr and ur in Mass.
Haha yes the pay is better, but don't bust your life there. Canada is a nice place
Ya it is a great place to live.. We enjoy it here but unfortunatly i find that there is not as much work here anymore and there are a ton of low ballers in our area now. I hope you all the. I will talk to her though cause id love to get paid what im worth and the exchange rate is in my favor right now LOL
I use to work in walpole for the last company i worked at .... i was working at the estates by toll brothers out there. Lots of money to be made if you can get your foot in the door over there!!!! Best of luck to you
thanks, and yes theres plenty of business and money out here
Let me know exactly what you are looking for. I may be looking to relocate in the next few months. I have worked for a 36 acre cemetery for 13 years. I have thousands of hours experience in a backhoe. Class B CDL which I would have to transfer. Thousands of hours with mowers, trimmers, plows, chainsaws, you name it. Professionally Licensed Idaho Pesticide Applicator. My equipment includes a JCB 2cx backhoe, 08 Ford 3/4 ton, Terex site dumper, Kubota 30 hp tractor, Jacobson and John Deere snowblowers, JD Gator, Kubota 1100, 6 JD 735 Diesel mowers, 10 Shindaiwa T272 trimmers, spraying equipment, budget management, irrigation install and repair, tree maintenance and trimming. Im sure i forgot a lot...take care
I would like to talk .Have ten years in landscaping .E mail me a phone # Email Snorties3@ my fairpoint.net
I am basically looking for someone to take over a landscape business. This year i was planning on taking on as much business as i physically could and expanding the business. I want new equipment with somebody around with experience that can run a business. Your experience gdig would definately help out, but we have not really been experienced with construction work, like it seems you may be interested in. We usually subcontract this out, but i am willing to take on these jobs if i have someone that can actaully operate that kind of equipment and do that type of work. Let me know.
oooo if you have work, now is not the time to sub out anything, unless of course it's way out of your league.