Back in May I got a phone call from a Company That was looking for a person with my experience and skills.
So a week later I went to talk with them, and found what they were all about.
I previously had experience as a cabinet door and drawer fitter, plus a case assembler.
Also have time setting up woodworking machinery. sicker, molder, multi-head boring, thickness plainer
and wide belt sander.
But for the past 10 years I have run my own business, custom building furniture and repairing
But it was a struggle to keep it going, not a lot of extra money, ( Mr Bill got most of it ) and during the interview
when they told me what the starting wadge was $16.00 per hour and the average week is 45 to 48 hours
I asked when do I start, But with the 6 am start time and 10 hours a day with a 30 mile drive one way
I sure don’t have any ambishen to work in the shop when I get home in the evening and I still had some orders
I hadn’t finished. Now 2 months later I’m almost caught up.
After I started the plant manager told me they didn’t finish reading all my resume, when they saw what they needed they hurried and call me before someone else snagged me, at that time I should of held out for
more wadges. I said that I could not make that amount all day for what they were paying .
I wish they would of found me years ago, oh Well !
-- Furniture By Douglas, Comstock Park, MI