How I Fell Into My Current Job

How I Fell into the Nuclear Industry: James Rudd, Business Development Manager, NSG Environmental

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  1. It had to be far enough away that I was escaping from my parents’ influence
  2. It was close enough that my parents could drive me and my stuff there
  3. It had to have some of the best sporting facilities in the region
Photo provided by James Rudd
Photo provided by James Rudd
Photo provided by James Rudd
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Husband, Dad, Programme Manager in the Nuclear Industry | ex-pro rugby player, 4x Ironman finisher, ex-Bank Manager | getintonuclear.com

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Andrew Crabtree

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Husband, Dad, Programme Manager in the Nuclear Industry | ex-pro rugby player, 4x Ironman finisher, ex-Bank Manager | getintonuclear.com

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