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post #106 of 141
I'm having one of those weeks: 40 hours in already since Monday... A lot of work for an old man.
post #107 of 141
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube View Post
I'm having one of those weeks: 40 hours in already since Monday... A lot of work for an old man.
Yikes, I put in about 21 hours this week. And that's all I'll put in, since I have Thursday and Friday off.
post #108 of 141
I've got a full day tomorrow, and I'm sure there will be nit-noids popping up Friday. I know I am working a bit on Saturday and I have a couple of things to get done Sunday evening. FFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCCCCCCCCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK
post #109 of 141
Damn gramps. You need to go part-time.
post #110 of 141
You guys all sound like you have interesting work filled lifes.
post #111 of 141
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post
Damn gramps. You need to go part-time.

It really is part-time.
I'm working like a dog this week, but once I pass next Monday I'll be a slacker again for a week or so. :Spicoli:
post #112 of 141
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You sound like a terrific person


post #113 of 141
28 hours a week, and will increase once im off school
post #114 of 141
35 hr a week during the school year
post #115 of 141
I think you could easily calculate how much I work based on the time in between my SF poasts.
post #116 of 141
2-3 hours per day, but I worked 10 hour days getting to this point (have my own sales business). I generally also put 2-3 hours in on Saturday.
post #117 of 141
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Originally Posted by norcaltransplant View Post

So, is this really a problem? How much does everyone work on average?

We all work too much in order to enjoy the finer things in life. I'd rather work a bit more so that My family and I can enjoy nicer things.
post #118 of 141
Twelve-hour shifts, seven days per week with no set schedule. Jobs range from three days to twelve weeks with no breaks. Time between jobs with no work ranges from two days to six months.
post #119 of 141
I've had 3 days off this month. First day off since April 21 will be May 1. No days off from April 8 - 19.
post #120 of 141
An average of 70 hours a week, just concluded 9 days straight for a total of108hours...I do negotiate with the wife to see when she wonna hang out.
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