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Would you make a better full-time or part-time employee and why?

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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Sep 7, 2011
    • Part time. I like variety in my day and full time work doesn’t appeal to me.




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      Tuliplady wrote Sep 7, 2011
    • Part time.  I get bored very easily and getting up and going and doing the same thing every single day wears on me.  I used to work 4 part time jobs, but I find I don’t need quite that much variety anymore.

      I don’t mind a 40 or 60 hour work week if I know it’s just for a week or so.




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      Mary Clark wrote Sep 8, 2011
    • I can do either.  I work full time now but I like my hours.  I get off on Wednesdays at noon and no weekends or evenings.  

      I do like variety though and can easily get bored as well.




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      Kyah wrote Sep 8, 2011
    • Full time. Got to make that money. I used to have what was called compressed hours which meant working a little more every day in order to get every other Friday off. I loved that but few employers offer that.




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      Butterflyrose wrote Sep 8, 2011
    • Before retiring, I worked full time+. In order to work in my chosen field as a teacher; there was no option.

      In my latter years, I longed for shorter hours so there could be flexibility in my daily life.  Instead, I chose to remain because of  the yearly salary increases, longevity pay and stipends along with my love for the children/being able to teach them. Also, my degree of expertise is in education and I wouldn’t have  made my salary starting anew in another field.

      Now that it is all said and done, I can say it was worth it.heart The rewards were great for my students’ lives and mine. I was able to make a lasting impression on our future!




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