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What's like to be a ___________(your profession)_?

p.s. Homemaker is a full time occupation.

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      Karyn Olson wrote Jun 20, 2009
    • At the moment I am not working but must add I do miss it...health issues keep me from working at the moment...but I am working on fixing that....
      The past two years I have been caregiver...mom...gramma to my 9 year old high needs grandson....he is adhd and odd and I must admit it has been real hard...stressful...road...but one that I would not change...happy




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      Coachmombabe wrote Jun 20, 2009
    • Director? Hmmm, I like to say I’m an unlikely executive, because I lack the formal training. I see my work more as encourager. What’s it like? Amazing, exhausting, exhilarating, inspiring! Oh, and occasionally frustrating, but always rewarding!!!




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      Angell VillafaƱe wrote Jun 20, 2009
    • I am a graphics artist and I design and layout several of our union’s member publications. My job can be very challenging at times but rewarding to see the end results of all my hard work. happy




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      Freedom66 wrote Jun 20, 2009
    • estaticI love both my jobs, but feel guilty calling them jobs. It’s a passion.

      #1- I work with people with developmental disabilities. They actually work with me! They teach me about life everyday. The biggest thing they have taught me is to forgive.

      #2- I work as a line therapist with kids with autism. They teach me how to REMAIN CALM! tongue out
      I currently am a full time student working on my degree for Occupational therapy. I definately will be working with developmental disabilities. My dream is to own, run, or mangage a group home. Wish me luck!




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      Lazylola wrote Jun 20, 2009
    • Administrative Assistant is my title, but I wear many hats. I enjoy it, especially when I am busy and I have deadlines, I enjoy getting tasks completed before anyone expects them to be completed. I have the look of disorganization around me but I can locate any requested document in no time, usually in under 5 minutes. Unfortunately I’m constantly having to locate docments as the TIC’s can’t keep track of them.




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      L J wrote Jun 20, 2009
    • i am disabled now as of a yr ago,,,,
      but before that i was quality assurance specialist for a commercial lending service.....and before that i was a mortgage reviewer,proofreader and editing rep...

      i loved what i did and miss working and hoping to do it again in the yrs to come..




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      Stephanie Lawrence wrote Jun 21, 2009
    • I am currently a housewife...........but before that , I was a Credit Analyst until the company downsized... but I did enjoy the work




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      Lorilyn wrote Jun 21, 2009
    • I am a teacher aide,also called para educator. I like the daily schedule and challenges of working with students. my favorite job was working with special needs teens,they are an awesome bunch! hey just graduated this week and we are all so proud of them :D
      I like being able to sit or stand or wander the room as I need to and that i can take a break as needed. There are stresses working with behaviorally challenging students but the rewards are terrific when we see them grow.




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      Anonymous wrote Jun 21, 2009
    • What it’s like to be a Financial Representative?

        - hectic   - watch the market  - learn all the different products (ever changing and being offered); recommend that best to prospects  - relationship buildings  - prospecting, servicing, selling,   - compliance! compliance! compliance!  - Continued Education  - Read a lot, study a lot, talk a lot, listen a lot  - calm their fear, reassure them, work with them,   - marketing   - many more....

      Reward:  Great sense of accomplishment and self gratification.  The seeds are planted and they just don’t know of the harvest.




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