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pharmacist

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24 / F / West Virginia
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I am a child care worker. I like my job but I hate the place where I work.
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I suppose I didn't answer the do I like my job question. I have done this for roughly 9 1/2 years and have never once woken up and thought "F**** I have to go to work!".... So yes, I really enjoy what I do it's a pretty challenging and adaptive job. I think the key is to like what you work with and not get bored of what you're doing.
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I just graduated High School recently and decided to postpone the pursuit of further education until I get some funding, so right now my job is looking for a job. The last job I had was a roe cutter at a fish plant, I hated it, I quit after the first day. I just stood at a long long table sticking my hand into and endless stream of dead fish and then pulling them out so I could cut them open and remove their roe. It was a glamorous job.
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Production work. Plastic barrels designed to hold pharmaceuticals and other things.
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20 / F / Wanderer in Texas
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Waitress at a restaurant. I'm a people person, so I love my job.
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28 / M / usa
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painter manly industrial painting but I have done a few cars and went to school for autobody
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im an engineer and fix machines for companies such as British gas, asda and Tesco's
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Babysitter, bus "boy", barback/runner, daycare worker, Kindergarten Sunday school assistant/instructor, volunteer work.....
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Well i just graduated high school so i'm still looking for full employment. i do some jobs on the side when i have free time. mostly outdoor manual labor type stuff.
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im a head baker
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I've been working part-time at a convenience store since I was 18, still working there now but only on Saturdays (and sometimes Sundays).

Mondays to Fridays, I teach English as a Second Language to adult immigrants.

The convenience store job is meh... There are okay days and there are days when I just don't want to be there. I do love my teaching job though. For that job, I'd wake up at 3, 4, 5 in the morning with no problems. I love what I do and I love my students. Sometimes it gets frustrating, but I guess that's what makes it fun you know, being able to overcome those roadblocks.

Oh, I also take on random work on the side like writing papers, dog sitting, house sitting, babysitting.. Anything to take up time.
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Right now I'm working in a Sushi restaurant as a griller and I fry a lot of things as well. Once or twice per week I do the dishes.

It's a fairly alright job, the other people in the kitchen are pretty much older than me, but they're hilarious to work with, and there are a few cute girls who're working there as waitress too, so it's not bad at all.

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28 / F / georgia, usa
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well way way back in the day i started working at a sporting good store part time in the summers during school then a computer company for a little while once i graduated (nothing awesome just working in the warehouse taking care of shipping). then in a packaging factory (honest to god i will never eat packed cookies again cause of the smell alone) and last but not least subway but that was short lived. like 2 days lived. you know how every one always says the like walking into subway cause it smells like fresh baked bread?....yeah that smell is freaking awful when you are pregnant like instant vomit inducing.
after that i have been a stay at home mom ever since. i have never really been good with working with other people any way and luckily my husband is a supportive guy so it all works out :p
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When I was 12 I was a paperboy...

I worked in a cycling shop for a short while and it wasn't too bad aside from the fact that they gave me all of the grunt work to do. I never did get to work on customer's bikes, they just had me building boxed bikes; which is utterly boring. The manager was also an A+ rated asshole. I also do the odd property management job here and there. Which is mindless physical stuff that you can't really have an opinion on, it's not bad but it's not good either.
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