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As a Civil Engineering site agent now aged 43, I would not wish to stay in this job into my old age. With the way pensions are in the UK ,I expect I
may have to have to work on a little into old age and would consider being a cad draftsman the kind of job that could may suit me as an alternative employment. I have been using Autocad 2000 for an hour or two each week for the last year. The big question is :- Do I have any prospects to become rich in my old age ?
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Yes, provided that sometime between now and then you figure out a way to do it. Drafting isn't it.

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As I always say, "There has got to be an easyier way of earning money"
If anyone finds it will they let me know before they go......
Alan (Cadalot)
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play the lottery -- be cool,
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No one ever got rich by working, certenly we won't. As my collegue says: If working would be so good, why the rich people leave to the poor?
Jan

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