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Old 08-16-2007, 09:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Randyy View Post
thanks for quick response very helpful
i am originally from the mountains of w.v. do you think ill like it there?
i love to hunt fish atv you know what i mean (farm)
i am really anticipating the move if it happens trying to choose between ge. and honda jet that is coming to greensboro.
both well paying but i think the wife is leaning me towards the coast.

could you recomend an area i would be comfortable in?
like i said im a country boy love my privacy but i dont want to drive miles and miles to work or the beaches
Thanx i may let my wife message you with some questions. ok
randyy too bad your not looking in the new bern area because freedom communications is looking for a publisher (just posted on enctoday.com). my dh and i are trying to relocate to ENC as well but dh is having trouble finding work as a purchasing manager. I'm also a graphic designer, not nearly as much as experience as your wife though. good luck.
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Old 09-01-2007, 02:32 AM
Location: Clemmons,NC
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ok just got the call for assesment testing for ge today anyone care to up up some info?

thanks guys i hope i get to move that way
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Old 09-16-2008, 08:06 PM
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My hubby is also a nuclear engineer--we are moving in to Wilmington. We have found housing to be expensive compared to what we have now--houses aremuch smaller and very pricey. GE is hiring, but it is crazy.
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Old 09-24-2008, 10:57 AM
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There are very few machinests hired at Corning. Most of the work is all done using small outside shops. In addition, there's very little if any CNC equipment other than low end stuff. Most machining done inside is just for emergency repairs, shutdowns, etc.
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Old 10-20-2008, 12:57 PM
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Default We need a CNC Machinist in WIlmington

I am the branch manager of a staffing firm in Wilmington. Are you still looking for work? I have a customer who needs a CNC Machinist with 3 years or more experience. Reply to [EMAIL="richhedgepeth@yahoo.com"]richhedgepeth@yahoo.com[/EMAIL]
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