Sounds good, right.  Forty dollars per hour for this job.  Although some experience is necessary to get that rate of pay.  Considering the massive amount of road construction taking place in Sioux Falls, it's possible for you to be one of the few.

The job description basically is to operate one of those huge cutting wheels to make cracks in concrete pavement.  For those in the construction biz the cracks are called expansion joints.  That's all?  Make straight lines through freshly cured concrete with a loud burly machine?  Sign me up.

However, I forgot to mention that this work has to be done twelve hours after the concrete is poured.  Which means if the pouring is done at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the night time is the right time.  The odd hour could be managed, I guess.  The woman dashing out in her housecoat to curse a blue streak for messing with her sleeping pattern is another.  That's why they have a foreman for these projects.

DP