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slight rant


So I'm curious, is there just a Sh!* Ton of climbers and groundies in Bath, Bristol and surrounding towns?


Feel like there's nothing to go for employed wise unless you go self-employed and try get a few days between company's. 

Maybe I'm just looking in the wrong places/time of year..


I'm currently in utility work and want to switch to domestic work as the level you have to work to pushes you to become a skilled Arborist and not just another chainsaw swinger. 


Anyone else stuck looking at Arbjobs and indeed aswell? 

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Have had a few positions off Arb jobs ( all crap :P ) I think yr in the usual employers dilemma  mate, "shall I shan't I employ someone ?" K

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Glendale are looking for staff that’s non utility work, if your looking for work start ringing local companies, it’s the best way to find work 

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