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State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by ojdollars(m): 3:59pm On Dec 26, 2012
Do you live in States legally and has no Job? Do you have a High School degree, GED and etc and has no Job? Here is a good start for you. The State Of Texas is the best Place for you to pick up in life again.


Texas Department of Criminal Justice
www.tdcj.state.tx.us/


Apply for a TDCJ Correctional Officer Position

Link: http://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/vacancy/coinfo/apply4co.html



Are you ready for a challenging career? Be a Correctional Officer.


The Texas Department of Criminal Justice has over 100 prison units throughout the State and employs approximately 25,000 Correctional Officers. If you want a good paying job with benefits, stability, promotion opportunities and the chance to perform challenging and important work, a Correctional Officer position may be for you. With so many units around the State, you will have a good chance of working in the area of your choice.

Correctional Officer Eligibility Criteria

If you meet the eligibility criteria and are ready for a challenge, willing to learn, and prepared to work as a team member in a structured environment, we encourage you to consider employment as a TDCJ Correctional Officer.

You must be a citizen of the U.S., or an alien authorized to work in the U.S.

You must be at least 18 years old.

You must possess a High School Diploma from an accredited senior high school or equivalent, or a state or military-issued General Education Development (GED) certificate. View information about foreign education credentials.

You must not be on active duty in the military, unless on terminal leave.
(Applicants may screen if they are within 6 months of eligibility.)

You must not have been discharged from the Armed Forces under dishonorable conditions.

You must never have been convicted of a felony. Additional information.

You must never have been convicted of a drug-related offense. Additional information.

You must never have been convicted of an offense involving domestic violence. Additional information.

You cannot have had a Class A misdemeanor conviction within the past 10 years. Additional information.

You cannot have had a Class B misdemeanor conviction within the past 5 years. Additional information.

You cannot be on probation for any criminal offense.

You cannot have any criminal charges pending or have an outstanding warrant.

You must be able to perform the essential functions of a Correctional Officer, with or without reasonable accommodation. For a complete job description, click CO-I, CO-II, CO-III, CO-IV and CO-V.

You must pass the TDCJ Pre-Employment Test. Answer sample test questions.
Important Testing Information

You will have two attempts to pass the pre-employment test within a one-year period. If you are unsuccessful on the second attempt, you will be eligible to reapply after one year from the date of your original test.

You must pass the TDCJ Drug Test.

You must pass the TDCJ Physical Agility Test.

Male applicants, age 18 through 25, must provide proof of Selective Service registration or exemption from Selective Service registration. If you are not registered, you may register by clicking the following link: https://www.sss.gov/RegVer/wfRegistration.aspx

Additional Information

For all TDCJ purposes, conviction of a criminal offense includes paid fine, time served, placed on probation (includes deferred adjudication), and court ordered restitution.



Benefits..............

Vacation leave

Sick leave

Paid holidays

Retirement

Group life and health insurance
Dental programs

Free meals while on duty

Uniforms and equipment are furnished at no cost.

Laundry of uniforms is furnished at no cost.




TIPS: Working as a prison guard can offer you plenty of challenges. For example, you may be required to stand for long hours, use firearms and apply restraints to inmates. Because the work can be emotionally stressful and physically demanding, you must meet government requirements to get hired. To ensure you meet requirements to work as a prison guard in Texas you must submit documents and pass physical, oral and written examinations developed and approved by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.




Instructions


1. Satisfy Texas’ correctional officer eligibility requirements. You must be at least 18 years old, a United States citizen or an authorized alien and have a high school diploma. Provide proof that you have registered with Selective Service if you are a male between the ages of 18 and 25 years.

2. Complete the State of Texas Application for Employment (see Resources). Provide data such as your name, street address, education background, employment history and licenses and certifications you hold on the application.


Public Arrest Records
1) Enter Name and State. 2) Access Full Background Checks Instantly.
InstantCheckmate.com

3. Take and pass a drug screening test administered through the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Pass the correctional officer pre-employment written examination. Get fingerprinted and undergo a background investigation.

4. Score at least 75 points to pass the timed physical agility test. Earn between 10 and 25 points per event by completing physical activities like push-ups, sit-ups, deep squats, weight lifting and running and walking during the test.


5. Schedule a correctional officer candidate screening through the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Bring a copy of your valid driver’s license, Social Security card and high school diploma with you to the screening. Provide the screening officer a copy of your DD Form 214 if you served in the United States military. Present a copy of your Selective Service Registration card if you are between 18 and 25.


6. Attend the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Correctional Training Academy after you are hired by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice to work as a correctional officer. Work with experienced correctional officers to learn how to complete job functions like searching inmates for contraband, counting prisoners and restraining inmates during training academy. Your employment as a Texas correctional officer begins the first day of training academy, which typically lasts five-and-a-half weeks.



Correctional Officer Salary


The table below contains salary information for full-time Correctional Officers at each level of the career ladder. Links are also provided to the job description for each level.

Starting salary may also be higher if you have a Bachelor's degree or two years active military service. See accelerated career ladder.

View additional information regarding the $3,000 Recruiting Bonus at select units.



Full-Time Correctional Officer Salary
Effective September 1, 2011
Full-time Correctional Officer Salary
Title Salary Months of
Employment
CO I $2,319.05 0 - 2
CO II $2,454.90 3 - 8
CO III $2,598.05 9 - 14
CO III $2,746.04 15 - 30
CO IV $2,825.55 31 - 42
CO IV $2,906.94 43 - 54
CO IV $2,994.60 55 - 90
CO V $3,086.39 91+

View TDCJ Corrections as a Career and the salary schedule for CO Supervisors.

Part-Time Correctional Officer Salary
Effective September 1, 2011

The table below contains salary information for part-time Correctional Officers at each level of the career ladder. Links are also provided to the job description for each level. Starting salary may be higher if you have a Bachelor's degree or two years active military service. See accelerated career ladder.
Part-time Correctional Officer Salary
Title Salary Months of
Employment
CO I $2,319.05 0 - 2
CO II $1,227.45 3 - 8
CO III $1,299.02 9 - 14
CO III $1,373.02 15+

Note: New part-time Correctional Officers attend the Training Academy for 6 weeks and on-the-job training at their unit of assignment for 2 weeks on a full-time basis. During this period, officers receive $2,319.05 per month. For any remaining part of the 2nd month of employment, the part-time salary is $1,159.52 per month.
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by chirpywest(m): 4:11pm On Dec 26, 2012
ojdollars: Do you live in States legally and has no Job? Do you have a High School degree, GED and etc and has no Job? Here is a good start for you. The State Of Texas is the best Place for you to pick up in life again.


Texas Department of Criminal Justice
www.tdcj.state.tx.us/


Apply for a TDCJ Correctional Officer Position

Link: http://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/vacancy/coinfo/apply4co.html



Are you ready for a challenging career? Be a Correctional Officer.


The Texas Department of Criminal Justice has over 100 prison units throughout the State and employs approximately 25,000 Correctional Officers. If you want a good paying job with benefits, stability, promotion opportunities and the chance to perform challenging and important work, a Correctional Officer position may be for you. With so many units around the State, you will have a good chance of working in the area of your choice.

Correctional Officer Eligibility Criteria

If you meet the eligibility criteria and are ready for a challenge, willing to learn, and prepared to work as a team member in a structured environment, we encourage you to consider employment as a TDCJ Correctional Officer.

You must be a citizen of the U.S., or an alien authorized to work in the U.S.

You must be at least 18 years old.

You must possess a High School Diploma from an accredited senior high school or equivalent, or a state or military-issued General Education Development (GED) certificate. View information about foreign education credentials.

You must not be on active duty in the military, unless on terminal leave.
(Applicants may screen if they are within 6 months of eligibility.)

You must not have been discharged from the Armed Forces under dishonorable conditions.

You must never have been convicted of a felony. Additional information.

You must never have been convicted of a drug-related offense. Additional information.

You must never have been convicted of an offense involving domestic violence. Additional information.

You cannot have had a Class A misdemeanor conviction within the past 10 years. Additional information.

You cannot have had a Class B misdemeanor conviction within the past 5 years. Additional information.

You cannot be on probation for any criminal offense.

You cannot have any criminal charges pending or have an outstanding warrant.

You must be able to perform the essential functions of a Correctional Officer, with or without reasonable accommodation. For a complete job description, click CO-I, CO-II, CO-III, CO-IV and CO-V.

You must pass the TDCJ Pre-Employment Test. Answer sample test questions.
Important Testing Information

You will have two attempts to pass the pre-employment test within a one-year period. If you are unsuccessful on the second attempt, you will be eligible to reapply after one year from the date of your original test.

You must pass the TDCJ Drug Test.

You must pass the TDCJ Physical Agility Test.

Male applicants, age 18 through 25, must provide proof of Selective Service registration or exemption from Selective Service registration. If you are not registered, you may register by clicking the following link: https://www.sss.gov/RegVer/wfRegistration.aspx

Additional Information

For all TDCJ purposes, conviction of a criminal offense includes paid fine, time served, placed on probation (includes deferred adjudication), and court ordered restitution.



Benefits..............

Vacation leave

Sick leave

Paid holidays

Retirement

Group life and health insurance
Dental programs

Free meals while on duty

Uniforms and equipment are furnished at no cost.

Laundry of uniforms is furnished at no cost.




TIPS: Working as a prison guard can offer you plenty of challenges. For example, you may be required to stand for long hours, use firearms and apply restraints to inmates. Because the work can be emotionally stressful and physically demanding, you must meet government requirements to get hired. To ensure you meet requirements to work as a prison guard in Texas you must submit documents and pass physical, oral and written examinations developed and approved by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.




Instructions


1. Satisfy Texas’ correctional officer eligibility requirements. You must be at least 18 years old, a United States citizen or an authorized alien and have a high school diploma. Provide proof that you have registered with Selective Service if you are a male between the ages of 18 and 25 years.

2. Complete the State of Texas Application for Employment (see Resources). Provide data such as your name, street address, education background, employment history and licenses and certifications you hold on the application.


Public Arrest Records
1) Enter Name and State. 2) Access Full Background Checks Instantly.
InstantCheckmate.com

3. Take and pass a drug screening test administered through the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Pass the correctional officer pre-employment written examination. Get fingerprinted and undergo a background investigation.

4. Score at least 75 points to pass the timed physical agility test. Earn between 10 and 25 points per event by completing physical activities like push-ups, sit-ups, deep squats, weight lifting and running and walking during the test.


5. Schedule a correctional officer candidate screening through the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Bring a copy of your valid driver’s license, Social Security card and high school diploma with you to the screening. Provide the screening officer a copy of your DD Form 214 if you served in the United States military. Present a copy of your Selective Service Registration card if you are between 18 and 25.


6. Attend the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Correctional Training Academy after you are hired by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice to work as a correctional officer. Work with experienced correctional officers to learn how to complete job functions like searching inmates for contraband, counting prisoners and restraining inmates during training academy. Your employment as a Texas correctional officer begins the first day of training academy, which typically lasts five-and-a-half weeks.



Correctional Officer Salary


The table below contains salary information for full-time Correctional Officers at each level of the career ladder. Links are also provided to the job description for each level.

Starting salary may also be higher if you have a Bachelor's degree or two years active military service. See accelerated career ladder.

View additional information regarding the $3,000 Recruiting Bonus at select units.



Full-Time Correctional Officer Salary
Effective September 1, 2011
Full-time Correctional Officer Salary
Title Salary Months of
Employment
CO I $2,319.05 0 - 2
CO II $2,454.90 3 - 8
CO III $2,598.05 9 - 14
CO III $2,746.04 15 - 30
CO IV $2,825.55 31 - 42
CO IV $2,906.94 43 - 54
CO IV $2,994.60 55 - 90
CO V $3,086.39 91+

View TDCJ Corrections as a Career and the salary schedule for CO Supervisors.

Part-Time Correctional Officer Salary
Effective September 1, 2011

The table below contains salary information for part-time Correctional Officers at each level of the career ladder. Links are also provided to the job description for each level. Starting salary may be higher if you have a Bachelor's degree or two years active military service. See accelerated career ladder.
Part-time Correctional Officer Salary
Title Salary Months of
Employment
CO I $2,319.05 0 - 2
CO II $1,227.45 3 - 8
CO III $1,299.02 9 - 14
CO III $1,373.02 15+

Note: New part-time Correctional Officers attend the Training Academy for 6 weeks and on-the-job training at their unit of assignment for 2 weeks on a full-time basis. During this period, officers receive $2,319.05 per month. For any remaining part of the 2nd month of employment, the part-time salary is $1,159.52 per month.
Nice post bro
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by ojdollars(m): 4:20pm On Dec 26, 2012
Thank you Sir... Helping my fellow country men is my passion.
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by ojdollars(m): 4:56pm On Dec 26, 2012
Relocate To The State Of Texas....


Why should you relocate to Texas...

1) 1 Bed Room All Bills Payed Apartment From $450usd To $600usd.
2 Bed Room All Bills Payed Apartment From $650usd To $800usd.
3 Bed Room All Bills Payed Apartment From $750usd To $900usd.

2) Groceries are relatively cheap.


3) Nice Weather, like our Nigerian Weather.


4) Plenty Of Job Opportunities From Temp Staffing Agency to Direct Employers.. Via this Means.

i) www.linkstaffing.com
ii) www.selectstaffing.com
iii) http://dallas.craigslist.org/lab/
iv) Warehouse Jobs from $9usd - $18usd per hour (Requires some kind of Fork Lift Experience which you can acquire it's license with $100usd within 3hrs and an ID to show you are certified by OSHA)
v) Security Jobs, Medical Jobs, Loads and lots of Certified Nursing Assistance Job - CNA. Nursing Jobs and ETC....
vi) Correctional Officer Jobs (With Salary ranging from 2500 monthly with only 4days or working each week. More on the CO Job at ( http://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/vacancy/coinfo/apply4co.html ).

5) Nice neighbourhood, Affordable houses... If you keep your focus, you can buy your own home within a year or two


I believe Texas has everything you need and the kind of life you desire to live. You and your Family can have a true American experience in Texas. Why not give it a thought today? Many who did has stopped struggling and picking up their lives again. It would be my pleasure to give you any assistance in regards to relocating, finding a Job and settling into the State Of Texas. Wishing you all a Happy Christmas and New Year Holidayz...
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by chirpywest(m): 5:21pm On Dec 26, 2012
ojdollars: Relocate To The State Of Texas....


Why should you relocate to Texas...

1) 1 Bed Room All Bills Payed Apartment From $450usd To $600usd.
2 Bed Room All Bills Payed Apartment From $650usd To $800usd.
3 Bed Room All Bills Payed Apartment From $750usd To $900usd.

2) Groceries are relatively cheap.


3) Nice Weather, like our Nigerian Weather.


4) Plenty Of Job Opportunities From Temp Staffing Agency to Direct Employers.. Via this Means.

i) www.linkstaffing.com
ii) www.selectstaffing.com
iii) http://dallas.craigslist.org/lab/
iv) Warehouse Jobs from $9usd - $18usd per hour (Requires some kind of Fork Lift Experience which you can acquire it's license with $100usd within 3hrs and an ID to show you are certified by OSHA)
v) Security Jobs, Medical Jobs, Loads and lots of Certified Nursing Assistance Job - CNA. Nursing Jobs and ETC....
vi) Correctional Officer Jobs (With Salary ranging from 2500 monthly with only 4days or working each week. More on the CO Job at ( http://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/vacancy/coinfo/apply4co.html ).

5) Nice neighbourhood, Affordable houses... If you keep your focus, you can buy your own home within a year or two


I believe Texas has everything you need and the kind of life you desire to live. You and your Family can have a true American experience in Texas. Why not give it a thought today? Many who did has stopped struggling and picking up their lives again. It would be my pleasure to give you any assistance in regards to relocating, finding a Job and settling into the State Of Texas. Wishing you all a Happy Christmas and New Year Holidayz...
Am personally glad that you are doing this great work here. I'm planning to migrate to the united state by febrauary 2013 with my wife. I won Dv 2013 lottery, had my interview in november this year and got our visa. I was thinking of New York before, though I used it as my POE but after reading much about Austin in Texas, I started thinking of trying Texas. Which city do you live there, do you use blackberry, ping me with my pin plz let's talk more: I appreciate
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by gunners4u: 6:59pm On Dec 26, 2012
Coming to texas too. Hope is dere job 4 ssce holder. Atleast work for 1 to 2 yrs b4 futher my education in college
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by papatee2: 10:53pm On Dec 26, 2012
@gunners we are both going to texas mayb we shld hook to book our ticket on d same day. Am also will to work at dat departmnt for full time, pls how do I come abt it we I get to texaas
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by ojdollars(m): 5:09am On Dec 27, 2012
@All My Nigerian Brothers relocating to Texas... Please send me an email with your Number... I will send you my number via email likewise. And will give you more first hand information. Texas is home away from home...
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by justwise(m): 11:51am On Dec 27, 2012
ojdollars: @All My Nigerian Brothers relocating to Texas... Please send me an email with your Number... I will send you my number via email likewise. And will give you more first hand information. Texas is home away from home...

Its only fair that you give them that info here for the sake of transparency, we practice openness here.
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by ojdollars(m): 1:45pm On Dec 27, 2012
justwise:

Its only fair that you give them that info here for the sake of transparency, we practice openness here.


Bros, as much as I try to respect you and stay off your threads, I think I expect same. Do you want me to post my Cell Phone number here? Or are you leaving UK for Texas to help them Settle in here? Why don't you ever reason before you comment on a thread self. Or have I been involve in any dodgy business on NL here before. You weren't the reason I put this thread up, there are many Nigerians in America who are in the wrong places and can't find a job, that's the reason I squeezed out a few minute from my busy schedule to put up this info. Why scrap out my email?
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by justwise(m): 1:50pm On Dec 27, 2012
ojdollars:


Bros, as much as I try to respect you and stay off your threads, I think I expect same. Do you want me to post my Cell Phone number here? Or are you leaving UK for Texas to help them Settle in here? Why don't you ever reason before you comment on a thread self. Or have I been involve in any dodgy business on NL here before. You weren't the reason I put this thread up, there are many Nigerians in America who are in the wrong places and can't find a job, that's the reason I squeezed out a few minute from my busy schedule to put up this info. Why scrap out my email?

I don't expect you to post your number or email address here, what i'm saying is this...keep the info open here, you can help as many people as possible openly here without dropping your number or email address for some private discussion.
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by ojdollars(m): 2:03pm On Dec 27, 2012
justwise:

I don't expect you to post your number or email address here, what i'm saying is this...keep the info open here, you can help as many people as possible openly here without dropping your number or email address for some private discussion.



Thank You Justwise, how is the UK Weather?
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by gunners4u: 2:30pm On Dec 27, 2012
@papatee, my host is booking d ticket 4 me, bt i will let u know d date wen is done
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by collinsfbi(m): 9:45am On Dec 28, 2012
ojdollars:


Bros, as much as I try to respect you and stay off your threads, I think I expect same. Do you want me to post my Cell Phone number here? Or are you leaving UK for Texas to help them Settle in here? Why don't you ever reason before you comment on a thread self. Or have I been involve in any dodgy business on NL here before. You weren't the reason I put this thread up, there are many Nigerians in America who are in the wrong places and can't find a job, that's the reason I squeezed out a few minute from my busy schedule to put up this info. Why scrap out my email?
You don't have to sound this way, Justwise is right about his point, taking any conversation off thread render such thread useless, so pls try and play by the rules, i understand your passion to help but let's try and make it transparent.


Gbamm over n out
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by adexkem(m): 9:41pm On Dec 29, 2012
@ojdollar. Am interested in the correctional officer. Please the above salary is it after tax or tax will still be deduce from it ? Thank for your concern to help
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by ojdollars(m): 1:07am On Dec 30, 2012
adexkem: @ojdollar. Am interested in the correctional officer. Please the above salary is it after tax or tax will still be deduce from it ? Thank for your concern to help

I guess is after Tax... I'm sure.. I know lots of people who do it. Stay bless
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by adexkem(m): 11:55pm On Dec 30, 2012
ojdollars:

I guess is after Tax... I'm sure.. I know lots of people who do it. Stay bless
Thank you sir. I have to make more finds before i jump the gun. Cos my wife and i are making something close to that for now. I would not want to make a decision i will regret. Please update me when you get the fact while i also source for information on my own. Again, is it not possible for me to join correctional officer in illinois where i leave ? Please help me with any info that could be of help
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by mikkyangel(m): 3:28am On Dec 31, 2012
Nice one
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by ojdollars(m): 4:26am On Dec 31, 2012
adexkem: Thank you sir. I have to make more finds before i jump the gun. Cos my wife and i are making something close to that for now. I would not want to make a decision i will regret. Please update me when you get the fact while i also source for information on my own. Again, is it not possible for me to join correctional officer in illinois where i leave ? Please help me with any info that could be of help

Is After Tax and not before Tax.... After 5months, your Salary go just dey increase dey go as you dey work dey go. Na good Job, IL crime too much...
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by mikkyangel(m): 5:39am On Dec 31, 2012
OjDollars,
Nice one there, i actually had this information last year December(when i landed yanky for good)..Infact,my friend who came to pick me at the airport ,in Baltimore Maryland had just relocated to Baltimore 24hrs earlier. He had spent 3good yrs in Newyork and things were pretty tight even though he had 2 jobs. He relocated to Maryland baltimore because he was to start the said Job the following week..

Within 5months on this Job, my friend had bought 2 cars(Toyota Camry 2003, which he used for 3months and shipped to n9ja), and Toyota camry 2007 model which he currently uses.In all this, he still sends money constantly to his siblings and parents back home...wow, i love this Job, 4days on ,3days break.. $17 per hour(normal working time) and $25 per hour over time..Another Good thing about this job is that you can be as old as 50yrs and yet you will be employed..I saw so many Nigerian(papa with them uniforms on)..The enrolment exams forthis jb is easier than primary 6 G2, funny thing is they employ Africans the most.

"But if you ask me, its quite a dangerous job i must say",
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by evantical: 8:16am On Dec 31, 2012
guys can I apply from nigeria?or how else can I apply to make it to US?
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by imperiouxx: 7:15am On Jan 01, 2013
evantical: guys can I apply from nigeria? or how else can I apply to make it to US?

Why not? Only that your application will be use to wipe shoes grin grin grin

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Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by imperiouxx: 7:23am On Jan 01, 2013
Detention centers are the cheapest place to work in US states for anyone holding working permit of the US. Got lot of friends who finished their graduate studies and now working as COs..... I don't think in that direction sha.
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by kpolli(m): 7:37am On Jan 01, 2013
imperiouxx: Detention centers are the cheapest place to work in US states for anyone holding working permit of the US. Got lots of friends who finished their graduate studies and now working as COs..... I don't think in that direction sha.

Why would I do this? Some ppl sha. . . .
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by imperiouxx: 7:53am On Jan 01, 2013
kpolli:

Why would I do this? Some ppl sha. . . .

They went for it to start off.
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by kpolli(m): 3:05pm On Jan 01, 2013
imperiouxx:

They went for it to start off.

oh ok
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by IHate9ja1(m): 10:49pm On Jan 01, 2013
@ojdollarz pls can u give me quick factz about houston........itz job,env.,lifestyle,rent......
@ gunnerz if u av gutz give oil rigs job a try......my suggestion....pray about it and give it a thought
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by gunners4u: 4:15am On Jan 02, 2013
@hate naija which job is oil rigs job
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by IHate9ja1(m): 10:53am On Jan 02, 2013
gunners4u: @hate naija which job is oil rigs job
oil rigz job are for the strong hearthed,it is physically demanding.....working in the middle of a deep sea.........drilling oil productz....but i dont think u can do this due to the fact that u still wanna further ur education,u may do this for some time then quit,but trust me its a good paying job......most rigz are in houston,i think this is what i wld be going for......except if itz not God plan for my life....u hardly spend ur salary.....coz,u're in the middle of an ocean with other .crew workers on the rig......but mind u that.u wld be away from ur family members except u re on a work leave.......
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by IHate9ja1(m): 11:15am On Jan 02, 2013
e be like say this texas sure o.....as people they talk am
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by ojdollars(m): 5:25pm On Jan 02, 2013
kpolli:

Why would I do this? Some ppl sha. . . .

This is 2013.... Isn't there a need for some Nigerians like you to change their mindset? No respect for the dignity of Labor? OK... Tell us what you do in real life.. You coming on the thread to show off and brag like you're better off to people who does this Job. Ever left Nigeria ever? Mtscheww
Re: State Of Texas - Important Information Inside by ojdollars(m): 5:29pm On Jan 02, 2013
imperiouxx: Detention centers are the cheapest place to work in US states for anyone holding working permit of the US. Got lot of friends who finished their graduate studies and now working as COs..... I don't think in that direction sha.

The last time I check, you were on the Student thread, hustling information on how to leave 9ja, na you don dey run follow those little little friends of yours for wherever you dey live now for America, come dey make you think say you be Ja.don... Do you know anything about live? I didn't put up this thread for kids like you to come show off, you must know me by now. I don't tolerate this type of attitude around my thread. I only put up this information to help other people here a.nd not for you to come up here and sound like this Job is a demeaning Job. Show some maturity and don't post natin.

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