Well, I was going to apply for a job at a local retail outlet, but apparently my uncle who owns a construction, auto repair, and demolition business (and really anything else you can think of that involves manual labor) needed somebody. Since I can already operate an excavator, and a lot of the work is around a horse barn (and I've had horses all my life), I got drafted into it. I learned mig and tig welding this morning. Later this week I'm learning how to put up insulation. Pays $2 an hour more than my last job, and gives me far more convenient hours. Instead of working 3-9, I'm working 8AM to 4PM or I get off early/late depending on what kind of work I'm doing. Kind of satisfying, actually building things, rather than just cleaning up after other people all day. Pretty laid back around the shop - I can smoke my pipe while I work if I don't have a hood/mask on or work with flammable gasses.