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#102183 - 06/08/05 03:42 AM ALBERTA WORK SITUATION
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Anybody working in northern Alberta I see lots of ads for the oil projects.
Want to know what is it like living up there in Fort McMurray,and what the money is like?

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#102184 - 06/11/05 08:35 PM Re: ALBERTA WORK SITUATION
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Syncrude and Suncor are always looking for good electricians. They always seem to be expanding. I used to work there, stayed on site in camp, went home on weekends. I didn't like working away from home, but the money is on the high side of the pay scale. I now do commercial electrical work in central Alberta, there is lots of work all year round.

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