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looking for work

Discussion in 'Potential Employees Seeking Work' started by jperfect, Jan 17, 2010.

  1. jperfect

    jperfect Well-Known Member

    Mar 6, 2007
    operator digging mainline
    I was digging main line here in michigan but got laid off, and can not find any thing. is there anybody that can help me out here in MI. or out of state. I've operated excavators all the way up to a 385bl about 32 feet deep. I've also ran loaders up to 966g, d3c-d8r, back hoe. If any body can point me in a good direction that great and i would owe you one.