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Zujus

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lmickus2 years ago
Labas, skaiciau, kad nusimanai apie ferofluidus :) noreciau pasigamintis pats, bet nelabai suprantu kaip daryti tuo geruoju budu (kur deginti reikia) gal galetum paaiskinti lietuviskai? buciau labai dekingas :]
Botanikas7 years ago
sweikas :) prie melynos lempos rasei kad kazkokius konkursus laimejes esi, kas ten per konkursai? :)
Zujus (author)  Botanikas7 years ago
O sweikas dar vienas ,Lietuvi :) Malonu matyt tautiecius cia. :) Laimejau 3 vieta uz PC remote control projekta Homemade gift konkurse. Dar gavau Antsiuva uz Ferrofluid magnetu konkurse ir laimejau maike bei antisuva uz Melyna lempa. :) Dazniusia konkursia turi tema ir vyksta mazdaug kas menesy gali paziureti naujausia cia http://www.instructables.com/id/EYEAC8F064EYPNJCB1/ Pasiknisk saite rasi visko, senus konkursus :)
ewilhelm7 years ago
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Zujus (author)  ewilhelm7 years ago
Hi! :) I really love your website. Instructable is a perfect place for sharing my ideas and projects. I really enjoyed making projects and more will come soon, I promise! ;) I think job like you are doing is a dream! ;) Creating new stuff, enginering is job i want to work. I will study hard and one day i want to travel to California and join your team! I make mistakes writing english, sorry for that. ;)
ewilhelm Zujus7 years ago
I actually know quite a few companies with engineering teams in Lithuania. Your English is pretty good, and I'm sure will get better.
Zujus (author)  ewilhelm7 years ago
Yes, i know. There is laser engineering team in Lithuania and they are quite good. Japanese are buying lasers made in Vilnius (capital of LT) University. But that job isn't very well paid. Engineer gets about 900$ per month. How much it would get in USA?
ewilhelm Zujus7 years ago
Pay scales in the USA have very wide variation depending on level of skill, industry, and even location within the country. I know of engineers getting anywhere from $3,000 to $17,000 per month. I'm sure there's even wider variation I'm not aware of.
Remember, though that with the wide variation in salary, there's equally wide variation in cost of living. I'm sure there are people who make 10x as much as they would in Lithuania, but who have living costs 15x that of Lithuania.
Zujus (author)  ewilhelm7 years ago
Thats true. :) I think if you are good enought you can get well paid job anywhere. Also i think most important is to do what you like to do. :) Then work become hobby and you feel pleasure working it. ;)
ewilhelm Zujus7 years ago
When your work is your hobby, we call that a "Lifestyle company." Instructables is definitely a lifestyle company for me.
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