Ok... I'm currently a part time administrator for an Environmental Conservation firm based in Aberdeen, Scotland.
I have worked with them as a voluanteer over the years (since 1998) when they were just a busy hands green group and have been in the background while they have developed into an emerging social enterprise, at which point they employed me in a part time role (july 2006)
Not bad when you consider it was made up of mental health persons (of which I am one and Damned proud of it TYVM) and has now grown to big to be contained in one room of that building...
On a personal note, it is nice to know that after so many years of "problems" that I am still able to do some work and be made to feel part of a very worthwhile team...
Hey all! I'm a legal assistant/office administrator for a small domestic law firm in Ohio. It's a very demanding job, i.e. high volume and high stress, but I love it. It can be very interesting! I also sing southern gospel music professionally on the weekends and have just recently released my first solo project.
As if all of that wasn't enough, I'm also a full-time mommy of a 4 year old little boy...I think that's my favorite "job".
Now that I look at it, how do I even have any time to myself at all???
I'm an RN and work in the Emergency Room. I absolutely love my job and am happy to say that, as many people can't say the same. I love not knowing what might come through the door next and the appreciation I feel from my patients and staff. I can't see myself doing anything else EVER! It truly was my calling in life!
Right now, I work in a restaurant waiting tables, though I have worked in every aspect of the industry for just about 10 years. Before that, I worked in home healthcare taking care of my sister who is a quadraplegic and raising my neices. Overall, I think I'll always work in some sort of industry where I'm taking care of others needs, though contemplating going to school to become a massage therapist.
During the week I work for a Newspaper. No I am not a reporter, I am a backround worker. Boring and tedious, but it almost pays the bills.
Weekends I am a bartender. Working two days in the bar pays more than the news. Guess thats the way it works when one gets wild and crazy at the bar and can remember who is drinking what about 80% of the time. This past weekend someone left me a $25.00 tip. Woohoo!!!
At the moment I'm still a student, studying honours (6 months to go) in chemistry. Job-wise I'm a casual tutor/laboratory demonstrator for first-year chemistry students.
I'm hoping that with a few extra letters tacked onto those currently after my name I'll be able to get into pharmaceutical research.