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  1. #1
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    Freshly laid off snowmaker, anyone got anything rad in Salt Lake

    Snowmaking season just ended, gone are my nights of getting paid to ride snowmobiles, soak myself with water in the cold, and somehow love doing it

    Anyone in Salt Lake got any (preferably part time) jobs that would suit a hard charging, mountain loving, almost college graduate.

    Looking for jobs that fit any of the following categories:

    1. Job is rad, and pays okay
    2. Job utilizing what I went to college for (Economics emphasizing in stats)
    3. Job is fine, but the hours suck though so pays well
    4. Job is just a suffer fest, but accordingly pays well
    Last edited by straightlineorbust; 02-27-2018 at 12:31 AM. Reason: verb tense and stuff

  2. #2
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    I can't help you land anything specific right now, but I might be able to help you market yourself with a BA in econ stats. Are you wrapping up the degree right now?

  3. #3
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    Freshly laid off snowmaker, anyone got anything rad in Salt Lake

    Be sure to put your headshot on the resume, and use the word "fleek" in the interview.
    "Its not the arrow, its the Indian" - M.Pinto

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirshredalot View Post
    I can't help you land anything specific right now, but I might be able to help you market yourself with a BA in econ stats. Are you wrapping up the degree right now?
    Yup last semester of school... it's been a hell of a ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by straightlineorbust View Post
    Yup last semester of school... it's been a hell of a ride
    How is your statistical programming (R, SAS, Stata, SPSS)? SQL? Excel (it sucks, but old people use it a lot)?

    There are local user groups for a number of these technologies. They are a good place to polish your skills and network.

  6. #6
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    We are hiring mountain ops people at Powder Mountain, our J1s are leaving in the next two weeks and we are going to need folks. No snowmaking here, though!
    Montani Semper Liberi

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