View Poll Results: Years Servicing Office Equipment

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  • 1-3 Years

    40 6.24%
  • 3-6 Years

    38 5.93%
  • 6-10 Years

    61 9.52%
  • 10-15 Years

    97 15.13%
  • 15-20 Years

    89 13.88%
  • 20-30 Years

    204 31.83%
  • 30 + Years

    112 17.47%
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  1. #41
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    Commenced as a typewriter mechanic in 1965, straight out of school, and started on copiers in the early 70's


  2. #42
    Senior Tech 100+ Posts Si@danwood's Avatar
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    23 years!!!!!


  3. #43
    unTrusted Tech 100+ Posts imaginemoko's Avatar
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    4 years and still counting...

    fix the customer first then fix the machine... its simple and makes life more easy.

  4. #44
    The B
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    Copiers

    Been doing this since 1995 minus 3 years for a broken neck
    What is wrong with me?


  5. #45
    Field Supervisor 500+ Posts
    How Long Servicing Office Equipment

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    23 Years now, and (feel free to call me a mad man ) i still like my job

    Every day a new challenge... who of a boring clerk can say this about his job?

    If sometimes you feel a little useless, offended and depressed always remember that you were once the fastest and most victorious sperm of hundreds of millions!

  6. #46

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    13 long, insufferable years until I was laid off. Ended up getting a much better job in IT, so I can't complain. I still work on printers and MFPs as a part of my IT job though. Never really minded working on copiers, it was the shady business practices of the dealership and the occasional customers who treated me like I was the janitor that made the job suck. I guess driving all day kinda sucked, too.


  7. #47
    Trusted Tech 50+ Posts randula7's Avatar
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    How Long Servicing Office Equipment

    I have been doing this for 13 years. Start in Sri Lanka with Canon.Year 2000 to 2003 work with all brand in Saudi Arabia. Now working with Kyocera and Ricoh since 2006 in West Africa.


  8. #48
    Geek Extraordinaire 2,500+ Posts KenB's Avatar
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    Just hit 30 years in February, and still going strong.

    It looks like I fell woefully short on my plan to retire by age 50.

    It's just amazing to see how much and how quickly this industry changes - almost daily.


  9. #49
    Technician
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    Started in 1988, there were no middle aged or old engineers then.


  10. #50
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    well iam up to 23 years, some days it seems like 53,lol


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