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post #31 of 91
I am a stay at home Mom. with three kids, two dogs and two cats.
post #32 of 91
I care for ferals (I'm the only one who cares for ferals in our shelter) - Over the next couple of years I'm going to study to be a veterinary assistant though
post #33 of 91
Originally Posted by Bella713 View Post
Stay at home cat Mom

I wish I could do that !

I live on a greek island so i work only during summer as a receptionist in a hotel... i volunteer at the animal welfare during winter...
post #34 of 91
I sell and service all types of insurance. I am the claims specialist in our local office.
post #35 of 91
Im a co-manager for a small mom and pop petstore here in town. I love it. I can bring my pets to work with me.

So I usually have either Skye or one of my foster kittens roaming around here all day. Skye loves it. She's been coming with me most days since my last tame foster kitten got a home.
post #36 of 91
Man! Talk about a variety of occupations!

I'm a Software Engineer for a co that develops systems used for oil and gas exploration.
post #37 of 91
I'm a paralegal and compliance associate. I would love to find a way to work from home doing something totally different and something I really like.
post #38 of 91
I'm a barista!!!! (coffee shop)

It's fun work, but I'm also a college student! Jr. year!!!
post #39 of 91
I do painting and decorating for my landlord who owns a property that is Supported Accomodation. The cleaner is pretty un reliable so I quite often do the cleaning of the communal areas and help with the food shopping.

I trained to work with horses but got fed up with the awful pay
post #40 of 91
I start my new job at the hospital in the next 2-3 weeks, I train as a Healthcare Assistant as soon as I get the all clear from my references
post #41 of 91
I'm a grad student, so basically I have a full time job as a research assistant and a part-time job as a TA for the introductory biology labs. I've heard people say that grad students have more time than undergrads. I wish!
post #42 of 91
I'm on the staff of a medical specialty association. My primary job is to manage the training and orientation programs for the doctors who volunteer their time to help our association and to plan and handle the meeting logistics for our association's board. I end up doing all sorts of things, though, since the unofficial parts of my job are to do whatever our leaders need to keep the place going.
post #43 of 91
Administrative Assistant at an Engineering Company.
post #44 of 91
I am an Administrative Assistant for the Department of Housing and Urban Development in Washington, D.C. I am an assistant to one of the Senior Counsel staff. Been here about 15 months.
post #45 of 91
I am a bookkeeper/office manager/receptionist in Oil and Gas. Also have my own bookkeeping biz, specializing in small biz taxes, personal taxes......
post #46 of 91
I am a Registered Nurse, right now specializing in Cardiac nursing. It is extremeley stressful and I am going to change to a different type of nursing in April/May.
post #47 of 91
I'm a mailhander with the USPS.

Remember, I'm from the government and I'm here to help you.
post #48 of 91
I work as a pilot/flight engineer on a B727.
post #49 of 91
Originally Posted by Miss Mew View Post
I work as a pilot/flight engineer on a B727.
I drive a forklift. Want to trade for a day?
post #50 of 91
Originally Posted by oOoMissEoOo View Post
I'm sure this has been posted before so please forgive me for re posting this topic.
I am retired and loving it, now I can sleep late every single day
post #51 of 91
Originally Posted by Essayons89 View Post
I drive a forklift. Want to trade for a day?

I'm currently unemployed but when I am employed I do administrative/accounting/AP/AR/Payroll.......Everything that needs to be done in an office, I do it
post #52 of 91
Just got a job at a humane society, I start doing job shadowing next Tues!
post #53 of 91
Nothing. Absolutely nothing. It's a little boring but gives me lots of time to spend on The Cat Site.
post #54 of 91
Originally Posted by Miss Mew View Post
I work as a pilot/flight engineer on a B727.
I'm a silkscreener at a sheetmetal fabrication shop-if you need a new instrument panel for your plane, let me know!
post #55 of 91
Full-time student. Going to get my RN in Dec of 2009!

But I really don't know WHAT I want to do with it. I've heard that getting a year of med-surg is a good thing (don't know if I want to do that). I'd like to work with peds, or the elderly, or even possibly pallitive care.
post #56 of 91
Since I still have one more year of highschool and I look like I am a lot younger than I am, no place looks at me and takes me seriously. I volunteer working as an HIV/AIDS peer educator. I pretty much go to schools, colleges, the works and give presentations on how to protect yourself. Also I help people break the stigmas associated with HIV/AIDS. Before I joined I knew so little about it, but now I feel like I know so much, and a lot of questions I had beforehand are now answered. It's pretty interesting. Also, I have been at this for about a year and I already have over 150 hours of community service.
post #57 of 91
What a totally cool variety of jobs!

Gary and I are biz partners. He's a market strategist/economist and we're both analysts. We do research on publicly traded companies, write up reports and market our ideas/opinions to professional money managers. Unlike most analysts, we don't specialize in one industry.

We also work with feral cats and work with a no-kill shelter we started in 2004.

post #58 of 91
I juggle between three jobs, and none of them are my real profession.

Receptionist, Teaching English to foreigners, and working at the airport as a beauty consultant.
post #59 of 91
i'm a stay at home cat mom to 9 furry children. up until april '01 i managed a bookstore (crown books). the whole chain went bankrupt. we had just bought a house and my husband said why not take some time off and re-do the backyard. so, that's what i've been doing since. i love gardening
post #60 of 91
I work for a repo company and want out so badly! I really want to work for a non-profit. Working to help people find housing or jobs would be amazing. Or, working with first-generation college students to help them navigate the whole university system.
I am still trying to get some volunteer experience under my belt. Not sure why it is so difficult. So many places say they need volunteers then take a long time to call back or never do. Perhaps I should be a volunteer coordinator for a non-profit instead!
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