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    I'm a journalist and I mostly love my job.
    I also just wrote a children's picture book which I hope to get published

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    My job is hard to explain, but it's essentially an account director role in a technology/digital agency. I'm part time since having DD and hoping round 3 of IVF works so I can start counting down to mat leave!

    I like most of the people I work with but it's a long commute and I don't enjoy the work. I'm studying psychology and one day would love to do something in that field.

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    Aged care.

    I love dealing with death. (I probably sound F'd up) but I don't think enough people care.... No relatives visiting or putting in enough time for extra things.

    I would love to work with kids and cancer but I'm not sure how I would cope now I have kids!

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    On maternity leave ATM but I'm a paediatric nurse. I love my job and my area (ed) and do miss it. I loved feeling like you made a difference even in the sh!ttiest of situations.

    I think it will be different when I go back after mat leave tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    Nightfill jobs are super easy to get- just go on coles and woolies careers sites and apply that way.

    Generally shifts are 8pm-12am on weekdays. Those hours can vary a bit.. you might start earlier/ later, finish earlier/later.
    Weekend shifts tend to vary more between stores. Some stores won't even have a Sunday fill if they aren't a very high grossing store.
    Saturday shifts, some stores wait til the shop closes, others start earlier to avoid having to pay penalty rates.

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    Awesome, thanks HarvestMoon! I will definitely have a look around at what's on offer when it comes close to going back to work (in about 7 months, but I am just exploring my options now).

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    I am a sleep technologist and absolutely love it!! It's great being able to make a difference in people's lives

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    I'm an ivf nurse, love it! Been doing it for 6 years or so now. I got into it for a change from the intensity of the acute public system, but then became really passionate about it. Worked in it in several countries over the years

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    I'm the cook in the cafe of an indoor playcentre. Love it. Also a casual childcare assistant.

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    I'm a nurse/midwife, I love it (most of the time lol) 90% of the time I come home feeling glad I do what I do. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    There are plenty of jobs for library officers (unqualified) and library technicians (diploma). In fact in many library services they are the ones that do the majority of the children's programs. Only problem may be it's a lot of time on your feet as you tend to do a lot of customer service in tech or officer positions.
    Ah ok. Yeah probably not the best job to try for then. I really need to be off my feet as much as I can.
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