Started out at 15 as a janitor through high school. Was accepted in 1982 to vo tech in the carpenter/cabinetmaker program. Never went as a I got a job in a factory for pretty good pay in 1982 so I stayed on for 23 years as a Die Casting machine operator, we had machines from 40 ton up to 600 ton. Left that job went to Lowes as a kitchen cabinet specialist, liked the customer service part of that job, was trying to get into management. Didn't really care for retail hours so I went back to my old job. Within 2 months of coming back I was hired into management, that lasted 8 years before being moved back to an hourly employee. Currently running a 300 ton stamping press. I see the light at the end of the tunnel although it is dim I can see it. On the side my son @prondzy and we do buy and sell Horses and parts, build K series Kohlers.