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Job Op Pays $240,000 per year July 26, 2007 11:07 am

Posted by Doug McCaughan in : AJAX, Programming, Touchy Subjects, Travel, War
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If you are a web developer (like me) and know AJAX, then you can get a job paying $240,000 per year.

Training on the application software will begin prior to deployment and will take place in Virginia. Deployment will be period of 6-12 months. A Department of Defense secret clearance within last 24 months. [Source]

Tempting?

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2. Barry - July 26, 2007

Why would the Defense Department care what brand of floor cleaner we used?

Silly government.

3. James - July 26, 2007

…. silly question but if the money is that good, why aren’t you applying for the job or jobs like that. :o)

4. Cathy - July 26, 2007

Because our children need their father. Because I love you. Because I want to grow old together.

5. Doug McCaughan - July 26, 2007

I also do not have the clearance nor the desire to go to Iraq. Being away from the family for a year with the possibility of dying during that year isn’t worth any amount of money to me.

6. Doug McCaughan - July 26, 2007

James says:

why aren’t you applying for the job

My wife replies:

Because I love you. Because I want to grow old together.

James?! Something I need to know?!

7. Cathy - July 26, 2007

Yes dear. I’m carrying on a hot and heavy affair in all that time I spend out of the house.

Goob.

8. Barry - July 26, 2007

Doug, has Cathy been playing 2nd Life a little too much lately?

9. James - July 27, 2007

*blinks* hey leave me outta this, i’m a happily married (well long term relationship) boy/man/geek


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