Wow Tard! First time I have read a reply from you in sentence form!!!
I work as well in the environmental health field but in the service dept- I repair stuff in labs... I'm usually all over the state on a given day, but I can live near the beach and surf when the waves are good. More then getting a job near the beach- look for something with flexibility.
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Thread: Jobs near the beach
idk, seems like telling people where good jobs are by the beach is kinda like telling them where the good surf spots are...the more you tell, the more people they tell, and the more crowded the spot gets.
Sep 4, 2014, 05:43 PM #33
- Join Date
- Aug 2012
- Turtle Island
Just hang out at da beach and slang work.
Sep 4, 2014, 06:00 PM #34
I commute 2 to 5 days a week from Long Branch to NYC. 1.5hrs on a train each way. I can get out in the AM until about 7:30 before I have to pack it in and am usually home by 7ish for the evening sesh. If im working from home then I'll take a break once an hour to check my email from my phone and respond if needed; typically I can get whatever needs to be done before and after my sesh and not have to worry about it. A lot of places in NYC will allow employees to work from home, its becoming routine nowadays. Might be a good fit for ya....
The train ride is nice and chill too. even can pound a few brews on the ride home!
I used to live in NNJ and would have to commute to the city and ocean, now its just the city. Found a reasonable place with utilities included that I can see the breakers from my window. Overall very pleased with how its working out. Highly recommend, if its an option for ya.
This will be my first fall/winter down there so we'll see how that works out...
Sep 4, 2014, 07:31 PM #35Banned
- Join Date
- May 2009
- Mission Beach/Spring Lake
I worked at the hilton in Atlantic city for 3 years. Never missed a swell. Had a view of the waves from my office.
Sep 4, 2014, 10:30 PM #36
I mostly been in the construction business my whole life,building shyt.houses,restauraunts,warehouses,structural shyt,fabrication,etc.my last job I worked for a contractor and we redid all the restaurants on ocean ave in sea bright that got wiped out from sandy.i havnt even been over there since I got laid off,im sure they are done by now.its all different genres of workers,first the structural people come in hang beams,then we come lay down the studs,then the electrical people come in,followed by the hvac people.my last day working we kicked azz to get all the framing done finished 7 at night,so a 13hr workday.its like once ur done if theres not another contract waiting ur screwed,thats what happened to me.my foremans office was in shrewsberry and we did jobs from up north in Newark to down south in lbi.it was a great job,best part was driving to the jobs we'd smoke blunts in the worktruck,the crazy Italian boss would come out spittin a fuss.u may think that sounds bad,but we had a few guys who would drink and drive,while snorting blues so pot didn't mess anything up.one day dude was driving and the project fell out the back of the truckbed and broke into a thousand pieces on ocean ave.its good to travel in work
Sep 4, 2014, 10:45 PM #37
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Sep 5, 2014, 04:14 AM #38
Sep 5, 2014, 10:01 AM #39
Funny that dis tread has become the Share What You Do For Work tread. So much personal disclosure on SI lately. The tree of trust is a place of comfort. This close-knit break would stomp any other virtual surf gang anywhere. What other rogue forums are left for us to threaten and conquer?
Sep 5, 2014, 05:31 PM #40