I'm a manager for a small company that cares for mentally challenged young adults. I've been in this field in different positions, for over 20 years now, I love most everything (except paperwork) to do with it.
I am a registered nurse. I work in the NICU. I love my little premature babies! Those little ones are so resilient especially those 26 weekers sometimes we get them as little as one pound but with the miracle of technology they get through and eventually go home. It is a very rewarding area you tend to bond with the parents and they are so appreciative of the care you do for them. I work nights 7p-7a and yes I manage to have a life because I don't work as much during the week. It is a very nice career move on my part I love the freedom it gives me and being in demand does not hurt either. ;)
I'm looking for a new job! I have skills in business administration, data entry and moderate office duties.
I'm also self employed, being a Mary Kay Independant Sales Consultant and a Partylite Representative. I love it! It gives me the freedom to set up my own schedule and still have an income. A most important of all, allows me to be there for my children, which I love doing most of all.
Everyone here has such admirable professions....hope I don't catch stick for mine. I'm a corporate lawyer in the oil and gas sector. Nothing too exciting but keeps me travelling a great deal. Plan to retire from that field soon and focus on my racehorses in the future.
I work for a small discount drug store. We don't have a lot of staff but there is lots to do so we're pretty busy. I like the customer service end of it most of my customers are regulars and pretty nice. I work in the camera department and also in housewares...so I spend a lot of time changing watch batteries and showing people where the toasters are. For the most part it's a good job and 100% better than working at Wal-mart. I was there for three years and ended up hating it. I don't even like to shop there anymore.
To add my 2 cents worth, I am a Client Services Logistical Coordinator. Meaning, I run around trying to please everyone, all the time! :) Sincerely, I d a lot of mediating between internal and external clients. I do lots of paperwork and presentations. I enjoy the interaction but it can be a bit tedious at times. My true love is in political sciences and criminology. I am currently back in school for my BoAS specializing in Homeland Security Administration....great forum Bubs!
Wow how interesting that almost everybody has a job taking care of people one way or the other thats neat. I am currently a lead teacher at a daycare and go to school part-time. I am studying to becaome a elementary teacher
I currently run my own Nanny Agency here in Scotland. I also work part time as a nanny to a 5 yr old girl & a 2 yr old boy, but they are moving back to the USA in June, so I will focus on my agency from then on. I am currently 30 & have worked with children since I was 15, in the capacity of nursery assistant, nanny & maternity nurse! I love my job!! (Most of the time!!)
I am new to this site and this was the first forum I clicked on. Very interesting. I am in the Human Services field. I work with people who have mental and physical disabilities. I love working with these people. They have taught me so much. I hope in return that I can help them become as independant as possible.
I am a Certified Nursing Assistant/Registered medical assistant. I work in a medical office drawing blood, performing ekg's, administering vaccines, taking phone calls, filing, ect. I want to get a dual certification in Sign Language Interpreting/ Registered Nursing. I love the deaf community and want to be better able to serve them in a medical aspect.