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161. Something in infrastructure
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  -What careers do you think would fare best in a recession? halobeam  Feb-15-08 08:07 AM   #0 
  - Undertaker...  Dhalgren   Feb-15-08 08:08 AM   #1 
  - depressing, but quite possibly true.  halobeam   Feb-15-08 08:14 AM   #6 
  - There are lots of positions in that field  SheWhoMustBeObeyed   Feb-16-08 01:04 PM   #186 
  - thanks  halobeam   Feb-16-08 02:16 PM   #193 
  - Someone has to do it  Trecie   Feb-16-08 01:21 PM   #189 
     - I don't think I could do it either  halobeam   Feb-16-08 02:09 PM   #192 
  - Bad idea. You'll be the first to die in the inevitable zombie apocalypse.  Marr   Feb-16-08 01:22 PM   #190 
     - Believe it or not, even that business isn't recession proof  Mystery2Me   Feb-16-08 02:21 PM   #194 
  - Health care  Husb2Sparkly   Feb-15-08 08:09 AM   #2 
  - I was considering maybe lab work technician  halobeam   Feb-15-08 08:16 AM   #10 
     - As a former med tech student, I can tell you that phlebotomists don't  Nay   Feb-15-08 10:02 AM   #64 
     - what kind of pressure are you referring to, in lab tech positions?  halobeam   Feb-15-08 10:43 AM   #72 
     - You might want to consider medical secretary  Habibi   Feb-15-08 12:55 PM   #107 
     - good points for me to consider.  halobeam   Feb-16-08 09:52 AM   #170 
     - IIRC, the medical lab technician is a 2-yr cert, and the medical technologist  Nay   Feb-15-08 01:20 PM   #111 
        - lots of great information  halobeam   Feb-16-08 09:37 AM   #168 
     - baker  librechik   Feb-15-08 01:32 PM   #117 
     - Lab tech makes more sense.  knitter4democracy   Feb-15-08 10:18 AM   #67 
     - Phlebotomists are usually the first to go  Horse with no Name   Feb-16-08 12:04 PM   #180 
     - my cousin did lab work and got laid off a few times, she has an impressive resume also  JI7   Feb-17-08 01:49 AM   #210 
  - repo man  alfredo   Feb-15-08 08:09 AM   #3 
  - bingo! n/t  inanna   Feb-15-08 08:16 AM   #8 
  - My first thought (n/t)  The Traveler   Feb-15-08 08:17 AM   #13 
  - well, I am a small woman.....  halobeam   Feb-15-08 08:18 AM   #14 
     - I worked at one. My job was to deliver the car once repo'd. I got to  alfredo   Feb-15-08 10:40 AM   #71 
        - that's very interesting.  halobeam   Feb-15-08 10:45 AM   #74 
           - It didn't pay that much, but the work wasn't hard. It was nice getting  alfredo   Feb-15-08 11:12 AM   #77 
  - The medical field is usually recession-proof...  Cooley Hurd   Feb-15-08 08:09 AM   #4 
  - thanks... electronic medical records should be growing I would suspect  halobeam   Feb-15-08 08:19 AM   #15 
     - I would start with getting to know Linux/Unix/Zenix Operating systems...  Cooley Hurd   Feb-15-08 08:34 AM   #25 
        - thank you,  halobeam   Feb-15-08 09:16 AM   #49 
           - Careful, though.  Habibi   Feb-15-08 09:23 AM   #55 
              - thank you  halobeam   Feb-15-08 10:56 AM   #75 
  - Mine....  NC_Nurse   Feb-15-08 08:13 AM   #5 
  - from what I understand  halobeam   Feb-15-08 08:21 AM   #17 
  - Yes.  NC_Nurse   Feb-15-08 11:59 AM   #86 
  - they're bringing in nurses from other countries such as phillipines  pitohui   Feb-15-08 12:28 PM   #91 
     - They've been using foreign nurses forever  Heddi   Feb-15-08 06:22 PM   #150 
        - Is there a demand for teaching nursing?  halobeam   Feb-16-08 12:02 PM   #179 
           - Yes, there is a demand for nurses to teach.  Ilsa   Feb-16-08 11:11 PM   #206 
           - There is a shortage of nurse educators  Heddi   Feb-17-08 12:41 AM   #209 
  - I had responded to a different poster asking about teaching nursing  halobeam   Feb-16-08 12:34 PM   #184 
  - Potato Farmer  Kittycat   Feb-15-08 08:15 AM   #7 
  - I have to agree  halobeam   Feb-15-08 08:22 AM   #18 
  - Well, psychiatry should remain in demand.  mwb970   Feb-15-08 08:16 AM   #9 
  - would that be more sales oriented?  halobeam   Feb-15-08 08:28 AM   #23 
  - Well, I'm not an expert....  mwb970   Feb-15-08 10:10 AM   #65 
  - are you sure about that?  pitohui   Feb-15-08 12:31 PM   #96 
  - Well, as more and more women got PhDs in Clinical Psychology, income dropped considerably.  kath   Feb-15-08 04:13 PM   #136 
  - See, the psychiatrist thing was kind of a joke.  mwb970   Feb-16-08 09:23 AM   #167 
  - Yes, but how many people can pay for it?  raccoon   Feb-18-08 08:37 AM   #235 
  - Funeral Director  KharmaTrain   Feb-15-08 08:17 AM   #11 
  - see my response to post 1  halobeam   Feb-15-08 08:31 AM   #24 
  - My Grandfather worked continously thoughout the Great Depression  ThomWV   Feb-15-08 08:17 AM   #12 
  - I was wondering about the bare necessities that could be needed if things became worse than we fear  halobeam   Feb-15-08 08:36 AM   #26 
  - The last thing we will let collapse is running water - so working for a utility can be good.  ThomWV   Feb-15-08 08:38 AM   #29 
     - are they hiring in Atlanta?  halobeam   Feb-15-08 09:20 AM   #52 
  - Mine did too, as a lens grinder for eyeglasses  classicfilmfan   Feb-15-08 01:53 PM   #123 
  - Whatever you do.....  JustDavid   Feb-15-08 08:21 AM   #16 
  - Actually there were a number of Federal programs set up for Artists  ThomWV   Feb-15-08 08:24 AM   #21 
  - but that exist in a major recession?  halobeam   Feb-15-08 08:37 AM   #27 
  - It was part of the works progress administration  toadzilla   Feb-15-08 09:15 AM   #48 
     - Do you know where I could get more information about this program?  halobeam   Feb-15-08 10:59 AM   #76 
        - it ended a long time ago unfortunately.  toadzilla   Feb-16-08 11:27 AM   #176 
           - Don't count on it coming back. nt  raccoon   Feb-18-08 08:39 AM   #236 
  - For one well-known example, the murals in the base of Coit Tower.  Tesha   Feb-15-08 09:32 AM   #58 
  - Actually people with liberal arts degrees tend to do better these days  thecatburgler   Feb-15-08 01:38 PM   #120 
  - There is supposed to be a shortage of oil and gas professionials  sad_one   Feb-15-08 08:23 AM   #19 
  - I will definitely try to have some connection with what I choose  halobeam   Feb-15-08 08:44 AM   #35 
  - Real Estate Foreclosure acutioneer...  Hepburn   Feb-15-08 08:24 AM   #20 
  - Not really. They went away once there were no able buyers left  ThomWV   Feb-15-08 08:39 AM   #30 
  - what about legal assistant specializing in real estate?  halobeam   Feb-15-08 08:49 AM   #38 
  - I work at an auction house, buisness has slowed signifigantly  toadzilla   Feb-15-08 09:16 AM   #50 
     - Thanks for the info....  Hepburn   Feb-15-08 09:36 AM   #60 
        - well, we still sell a ton of property  toadzilla   Feb-15-08 09:53 AM   #62 
           - Thanks...for the information.  Hepburn   Feb-15-08 11:19 AM   #82 
  - if you're a hands on type construction worker then remodels is something to look at  madokie   Feb-15-08 08:26 AM   #22 
  - People do not 'remodel' when they are burning their furniture for heat  ThomWV   Feb-15-08 08:41 AM   #32 
  - I can see a reputable and long time company in construction  halobeam   Feb-15-08 09:53 AM   #61 
  - yes, but with the huge influx of illegal workers into construction jobs, wages have plummeted.  kath   Feb-15-08 04:15 PM   #137 
     - yes they have been stagnant for quite some time now  madokie   Feb-15-08 05:09 PM   #139 
  - Anything that can't be done cheaper  Afje   Feb-15-08 08:38 AM   #28 
  - What classes would be good to take to improve success in a small business and what area  halobeam   Feb-15-08 08:54 AM   #40 
     - Accounting maybe, marketing,  Afje   Feb-15-08 09:21 AM   #53 
        - do you think there could be rise in supporting the working class  halobeam   Feb-15-08 10:01 AM   #63 
  - CEO of a fortune 500 company? How much did the Countrywide CEO get on his departure?  AP   Feb-15-08 08:40 AM   #31 
  - Teaching English as a Second Language (ESOL)  CTyankee   Feb-15-08 08:41 AM   #33 
  - excellent  halobeam   Feb-15-08 09:07 AM   #43 
     - You actually don't need to know Spanish to teach ESOL  CTyankee   Feb-15-08 09:19 AM   #51 
     - Also, if you have a four-year degree and a specialization in ESL or  Lydia Leftcoast   Feb-15-08 12:47 PM   #103 
        - thats great to know  halobeam   Feb-15-08 01:32 PM   #115 
           - Canada probably has enough ESL teachers of its own, but  Lydia Leftcoast   Feb-15-08 03:28 PM   #133 
  - How about teacher?  Afje   Feb-15-08 08:42 AM   #34 
  - I don't know about age as a factor.  halobeam   Feb-15-08 09:08 AM   #44 
     - Lower grades, especially math and  Afje   Feb-15-08 09:24 AM   #57 
        - thanks  halobeam   Feb-15-08 10:11 AM   #66 
  - Bartenders, drug dealers, short con operators and bankruptcy attorneys.  WilliamPitt   Feb-15-08 08:46 AM   #36 
  - hmm...  halobeam   Feb-15-08 09:09 AM   #45 
  - I disagree.  democracyindanger   Feb-16-08 11:17 PM   #208 
  - Tow Truck Driver  GTRMAN   Feb-15-08 08:48 AM   #37 
  - Plumber, electrician, auto mechanic  shraby   Feb-15-08 08:53 AM   #39 
  - Posted before I seen this.  Lex Talionis   Feb-15-08 09:33 AM   #59 
  - All I was implying is that these are the types of  shraby   Feb-15-08 10:37 AM   #69 
     - I knew that. Where did Racism come in? Most unskilled labor jobs  Lex Talionis   Feb-15-08 02:49 PM   #130 
        - Not offended, but where I am, most  shraby   Feb-15-08 03:59 PM   #135 
        - Thats the way it should be.  Lex Talionis   Feb-15-08 05:21 PM   #142 
        - For the record -- plumbers, electricians are not "unskilled" labor  shrike   Feb-16-08 09:42 AM   #169 
           - Well being a certified electrician, with plumbing skills,  Lex Talionis   Feb-16-08 11:11 AM   #172 
              - You were the one who put them in the category of unskilled labor, not me  shrike   Feb-16-08 05:24 PM   #201 
                 - Amen, about the basic skills.  Lex Talionis   Feb-16-08 06:16 PM   #202 
                    - Hubby was also a skilled tradesmen, until retirement  shrike   Feb-17-08 03:31 PM   #214 
                       - Glad to here you married a hands on guy.  Lex Talionis   Feb-17-08 04:32 PM   #215 
  - auto mechanic - people will tend to get old cars repaired instead of buying new ones  aint_no_life_nowhere   Feb-15-08 12:43 PM   #101 
  - agree with that - and they make a good living  spooky3   Feb-15-08 01:29 PM   #113 
  - No. Auto mechanics do not. Know this from fact.  NutmegYankee   Feb-15-08 06:09 PM   #148 
     - sorry to hear about your friend- I had a friend  spooky3   Feb-15-08 09:54 PM   #159 
  - after an accident, grandpa was retrained in auto body repair  kineneb   Feb-15-08 01:31 PM   #114 
  - Nursing, they can't out source it and it is very in demand with good pay.  JohnnyBoots   Feb-15-08 08:55 AM   #41 
  - and yet they are "outsourcing" it  pitohui   Feb-15-08 12:36 PM   #99 
     - Wow, that sucks. Pretty soon there will be no regular jobs left. It really is turning  JohnnyBoots   Feb-15-08 12:44 PM   #102 
     - like I said above  Heddi   Feb-15-08 06:27 PM   #151 
        - Thank you.  Horse with no Name   Feb-16-08 12:07 PM   #181 
  - Law enforcement, although i could never become a cop myself  RufusEarl   Feb-15-08 09:06 AM   #42 
  - I wouldn't be a cop for many reason, some of them physical  halobeam   Feb-15-08 09:12 AM   #46 
  - Bankruptcy lawyers, police officers, bartenders, career counselors  slackmaster   Feb-15-08 09:12 AM   #47 
  - Probably not the job your looking for.  Lex Talionis   Feb-15-08 09:22 AM   #54 
  - whta does the PLC stand for?  QuestionAll   Feb-15-08 12:54 PM   # 
     - PLC: Programmable Logic Controller  Lex Talionis   Feb-15-08 02:42 PM   #127 
        - i love "how it's made"...it seems that a lot of them are filmed in canada.  QuestionAll   Feb-15-08 02:52 PM   #131 
           - Here ya go  Lex Talionis   Feb-15-08 03:41 PM   #134 
              - thanks for the info...hopefully something can be done to get things turned around...  QuestionAll   Feb-15-08 05:08 PM   #138 
              - Your welcome.  Lex Talionis   Feb-15-08 05:53 PM   #143 
                 - in regard to biofuel...  QuestionAll   Feb-15-08 06:05 PM   #144 
                    - maybe true. But the suits see it being easier to use what they got.  Lex Talionis   Feb-15-08 09:36 PM   #158 
              - Your post says it all.  girl gone mad   Feb-15-08 06:06 PM   #145 
                 - Yes it is. A race to the bottom.  Lex Talionis   Feb-16-08 07:47 AM   #166 
  - Foreclosure attorney (and staff).  flvegan   Feb-15-08 09:23 AM   #56 
  - wonder if that falls into estate and wills attorneys... or is that different  halobeam   Feb-15-08 10:18 AM   #68 
     - From my experience, being in the RE title industry  flvegan   Feb-15-08 10:40 AM   #70 
        - I checked into getting a paralegal certificate.  halobeam   Feb-15-08 11:13 AM   #78 
  - Welder. n/t  CK_John   Feb-15-08 10:44 AM   #73 
  - i would take classes that interest me--  orleans   Feb-15-08 11:15 AM   #79 
  - That's what I'd suggest. And focus on skills more than "a job" because  Iris   Feb-15-08 11:18 AM   #81 
  - what is  orleans   Feb-15-08 12:00 PM   #87 
  - It's a book about job searching, career changing  Iris   Feb-15-08 12:02 PM   #88 
  - Iris, the book is a great tool.  halobeam   Feb-15-08 12:25 PM   #90 
     - definitely look at it again.  Iris   Feb-15-08 12:31 PM   #97 
  - I don't want to toss out what is of interest to me  halobeam   Feb-16-08 10:33 AM   #171 
  - CIA torturer  leftofthedial   Feb-15-08 11:17 AM   #80 
  - I asked because it is frustrating and downright scary at times  halobeam   Feb-15-08 11:45 AM   #83 
  - Financial Planning  demn08   Feb-15-08 11:48 AM   #84 
  - see my response in post 63...  halobeam   Feb-15-08 11:56 AM   #85 
  - Plumber will get you a job anywhere in the world. Countries like UK and Australia are giving visas  conspirator   Feb-15-08 12:03 PM   #89 
  - That advice might help my husband..  halobeam   Feb-15-08 12:30 PM   #95 
  - Arsonist  mitchum   Feb-15-08 12:28 PM   #92 
  - I think if I could, I'd be sitting at my desk, in a MUCH nicer home!  halobeam   Feb-15-08 12:33 PM   #98 
  - Car Mechanic...  Stuart G   Feb-15-08 12:29 PM   #93 
  - Auctioneer.  chimpsrsmarter   Feb-15-08 12:30 PM   #94 
  - Stock trader!  Bright Eyes   Feb-15-08 12:39 PM   #100 
  - If you want to get ahead stock trading is it  Cruzan   Feb-15-08 12:54 PM   #106 
     - Is Canada one?  halobeam   Feb-15-08 01:04 PM   #110 
        - Quebec is the only province where French is spoken almost  Nay   Feb-15-08 01:32 PM   #116 
           - great information!  halobeam   Feb-15-08 01:34 PM   #118 
  - Teacher.  ordinaryaveragegirl   Feb-15-08 12:49 PM   #104 
  - quite right.  halobeam   Feb-15-08 12:54 PM   #105 
  - Anything that caters to boomers  Rosemary2205   Feb-15-08 12:56 PM   #108 
  - Jack/Jane of all trades. Be flexible and able to do a whole lot of things.  uppityperson   Feb-15-08 12:57 PM   #109 
  - I think I have a handle on that.  halobeam   Feb-16-08 11:20 AM   #173 
     - Had an electrician friend. Said it was good work, always needed.  uppityperson   Feb-16-08 11:37 AM   #177 
  - someone who fixes stuff  dembotoz   Feb-15-08 01:26 PM   #112 
  - If you can, work at something you love.  TheGoldenRule   Feb-15-08 01:36 PM   #119 
  - thank you  halobeam   Feb-17-08 06:05 PM   #221 
  - Nursing is a field that needs new blood  SoCalDem   Feb-15-08 01:44 PM   #121 
  - I'm going to look into it  halobeam   Feb-17-08 06:07 PM   #222 
  - The folks who work for the court putting people's stuff on the curb.  Bozita   Feb-15-08 01:47 PM   #122 
  - bankruptcy lawyers.  antifaschits   Feb-15-08 01:55 PM   #124 
  - bartender  DS1   Feb-15-08 01:57 PM   #125 
  - Just having a clue  halobeam   Feb-17-08 06:10 PM   #224 
  - people who know how to make other humans palatable.  zonmoy   Feb-15-08 02:00 PM   #126 
  - Credit and collect, repos and bail bonds. That's what I'd do...  catzies   Feb-15-08 02:44 PM   #128 
  - i've been there, and it's very difficult work.  QuestionAll   Feb-15-08 06:06 PM   #146 
  - Homemaker  nashville_brook   Feb-15-08 02:48 PM   #129 
  - 17 yrs plus and counting....  halobeam   Feb-17-08 06:11 PM   #225 
  - get a government job  northzax   Feb-15-08 02:55 PM   #132 
  - Liquor store owner-operator should fare well n/t  NNN0LHI   Feb-15-08 05:10 PM   #140 
  - have you  shanti   Feb-15-08 05:14 PM   #141 
  - Clinical Disposalist.  BushDespiser12   Feb-15-08 06:09 PM   #147 
  - Well, if we get another Republican administration,  kevinbgoode   Feb-15-08 06:11 PM   #149 
  - Bartender.  lonestarnot   Feb-15-08 06:27 PM   #152 
  - Nature Survivalist...wild and eatable plants? maybe Farmer?  ElsewheresDaughter   Feb-15-08 06:30 PM   #153 
  - could be useful, couldn't it!  halobeam   Feb-15-08 09:21 PM   #157 
  - I'm a farmer, my husband's a govt. employee  riderinthestorm   Feb-15-08 10:16 PM   #160 
  - An entertainer of any sort!  americanstranger   Feb-15-08 06:53 PM   #154 
  - High dollar call girl  Thothmes   Feb-15-08 06:59 PM   #155 
  - Lawyer  LucyParsons   Feb-15-08 07:00 PM   #156 
  - Something in infrastructure  TrogL   Feb-16-08 12:34 AM   #161 
  - Pharmacist- we're gonna need a lot of meds  SoCalDemGrrl   Feb-16-08 01:02 AM   #162 
  - We are extremely fortunate right now.  SarahBelle   Feb-16-08 02:16 AM   #163 
  - Fixing things--anything n/t  eridani   Feb-16-08 02:50 AM   #164 
  - Mafia Wiseguy (nt)  wellst0nev0ter   Feb-16-08 04:52 AM   #165 
  - looks like you are getting the practical experience right here!  halobeam   Feb-16-08 11:23 AM   #175 
  - Delete please  Raydawg1234   Feb-16-08 07:59 PM   #203 
  - my hospital system has over 600 nursing openings-we are always short  w8liftinglady   Feb-16-08 11:22 AM   #174 
  - incredible...  halobeam   Feb-16-08 12:32 PM   #183 
  - Virtually anything in healthcare. There are always shortages of qualified people.  Zynx   Feb-16-08 11:45 AM   #178 
  - unix, xhtml, css, php, etc.  RainDog   Feb-16-08 12:24 PM   #182 
  - nursing is number one in almost every state  Truth Hurts A Lot   Feb-16-08 12:50 PM   #185 
  - portable, go everywhere, high-paying, in-demand, rewarding, flexible scheduling  L. Coyote   Feb-16-08 01:21 PM   #188 
     - I see that this field is something for me to seriously consider  halobeam   Feb-16-08 01:41 PM   #191 
        - Nursing is also an academic pursuit. Some nursing programe are not easy to get into.  L. Coyote   Feb-16-08 03:11 PM   #197 
           - good to know...  halobeam   Feb-16-08 04:07 PM   #198 
  - Medical field  Trecie   Feb-16-08 01:11 PM   #187 
  - With over 2500 views, what would be the cause of having no rec's?  halobeam   Feb-16-08 02:58 PM   #195 
  - Anything that has something to do with automobile parts. The stock  B Calm   Feb-16-08 03:05 PM   #196 
  - a degree in Amish Ways  ElsewheresDaughter   Feb-16-08 04:09 PM   #199 
  - I liked Nature Survivalist better.  halobeam   Feb-16-08 04:35 PM   #200 
  - prison guard  Raydawg1234   Feb-16-08 08:00 PM   #204 
  - I am recession-proof  midnight armadillo   Feb-16-08 11:03 PM   #205 
  - I'm a legal transcriptionist.  Blue_In_AK   Feb-16-08 11:13 PM   #207 
  - Did you get certification for this?  halobeam   Feb-17-08 10:58 AM   #212 
     - We aren't required to have certification here.  Blue_In_AK   Feb-17-08 11:54 AM   #213 
        - thanks for all the information  halobeam   Feb-17-08 05:39 PM   #217 
           - The background really helped.  Blue_In_AK   Feb-17-08 05:49 PM   #218 
  - Professor- unemployed people re-tool and go to college  JCMach1   Feb-17-08 03:34 AM   #211 
  - I asked someone about teaching at a college  halobeam   Feb-18-08 08:31 AM   #233 
     - From what I've heard, that area is WAY overcrowded, for most positions.  raccoon   Feb-18-08 08:48 AM   #237 
  - Paralegals -- the law is recession-friendly! Especially corporate defense.  elehhhhna   Feb-17-08 05:31 PM   #216 
  - contrarian opinion here.... do what you love  cap   Feb-17-08 06:01 PM   #219 
  - Teaching  proud2Blib   Feb-17-08 06:03 PM   #220 
  - especially sped teachers  greenbriar   Feb-17-08 06:09 PM   #223 
     - Also Science  proud2Blib   Feb-17-08 06:48 PM   #227 
        - I know there are differing opinions about age when it comes down to teaching  halobeam   Feb-17-08 08:30 PM   #228 
           - The strongest criteria in many districts is a warm body  proud2Blib   Feb-17-08 09:59 PM   #230 
              - Thanks!  halobeam   Feb-17-08 10:48 PM   #231 
  - Politician.  Alexander   Feb-17-08 06:19 PM   #226 
  - If you can stand the sight of blood  treestar   Feb-17-08 09:05 PM   #229 
  - I will check that out.  halobeam   Feb-17-08 10:50 PM   #232 
  - Bail bondsman and pawnbroker. nt  raccoon   Feb-18-08 08:33 AM   #234 
 

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