- Feb 10, 2010
- United States
Toughest job for me was working on the family farm as a kid. Both sides of my family are farmers. Picking up hay was probably the worst part. Spent a lot of time driving tractors. In high-school, I worked after school and on weekends as a diesel mechanic. In college, I started working for a coal mine. I operated equipment on the surface doing dirt work. I worked as a hunting guide for an ignorant jackass briefly. Then after college I started working for a trucking company. I spent a few years learning various aspects of the company. Now I'm an operations manager. I work in an office but I'm a blue collar guy.