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    Primary school teacher. Have only done about 3 weeks work in the last 6.5 years though since I've been a SAHM. Had to do my "return to teaching" course last year to keep my registration. Am going to try and pick up some casual work this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    Hmm depends, I'm not a push seller...I've had a few great months where I have made ~$2000 some where I have made only a couple of 100. I think tupperware is more steady and it sort of sells itself. I have a friend who is going back to fulltime work soon who does it and she has offered me her clients if I want them..thinking about it as I need to finish my pantry and add to my fridge..

    Eta I would do both..
    I live on a very tight budget that's about to get a lot tighter so need a source of "quickish" income for say bdays, Xmas etc

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    Ah ok, well it will cost you about $800 to set up, I know with tupperware you can pay your kit off though!

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    Intensive care nurse. So many rewarding opportunities with nursing!

    Good luck with whatever you choose!

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    University lecturer in Health Sciences. Took me a long time to get here but I love it

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    Admin/Call centre. I enjoy both. Last 10 years I've worked for a specialist medical College and public hospital. Loved both but hated the bit*hiness of working in small office. It was good but honestly some women were just plain bit*hes. I would love to work in an office where there is no internal politics or bit*hiness.

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    I'm a medical typist in radiology. I absolutely love it. The only thing I dislike is typing the bad diagnosis reports.

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    I'm a nanny

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    I'm assistant director of a childcare centre and the Nursery Group Leader. Sometimes dealing with babies is so much easier than adults!! Lol

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    Clinical Nurse Specialist in HIV but currently on mat leave from a staff health position where I do all the staff preemployment screening, do all the vaccinations and body fluid exposure/needle stick injury management.


 

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