Day Hiker wrote: Luciano136 wrote:
Wow, nice man
. I hope you work in this field, if not, you should seriously think about it
Actually, I'm one of Nevada's 20%-or-so unemployed. I suppose Vegas may be the wrong place to live for someone who wants to find a job that actually uses one's intelligence.
I want to live here, so I'll settle for something less. But it has to be steady and permanent -- the kind of thing one needs to make monthly house payments and raise a DayHikerJr
. Part time is completely fine; it just has to be stable.
Are you saying that pole-dancing doesn't require brains?
Seriously, have you considered crossing over to a slightly different engineering job? I wasn't totally joking about the stimulus money. There are all these hypothetical big engineering projects (solar arrays, wind farms, train routes, stealing water from north NV) that require something beyond the normal GIS trainee.
Clark County has one of the best GIS-oriented websites I've seen, but it still has annoying limitations. I'd like to see their property links merged with google earth.