Originally Posted by Ithanul
Originally Posted by PR-Imagery
I'm in commercial aviation, ground handler. I wasn't planning on staying long but I'm actually enjoying it a lot, plus they keep bugging me about being supervisor; so new plan is to be off the ramp and behind a desk (operations manager) in the next year or so.
Yeah, that my problem. I can't stand being stuck doing desk work. I got that being hands on person type like my Dad. Prefer to being working and doing constant working while at work. Sitting or standing with nothing to do drives both of us nuts. Kind of want to get into IT field that has some kind of constant changes or into something that manages setups or upgrades.
I could probably go commercial aircraft mech, but then I have to get A&P license.
What I really like the idea of doing is get cert in Ethical Hacker and have fun doing pentests.
I walked away from a internship that guaranteed me a well paying job in IT... I still think it was the right move.
Never really enjoyed heading to work, or being at work, or the people at work. It was very draining, day in, day out. I was late one day and they complained about it, so I quit. Me, the guy that showed up to work at least half an hour early every day, and left at least half an hour after knock off time; late one day because it was raining and I was catching the bus that week, and they cried about it.
Aviation is definitely my calling; coming up I was set on being a pilot. Mech/Engineering is something I could see myself getting into if there was a trainee or apprentice position that came up. The company I work for is being bought by a big international ground handler, cautiously optimistic.