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    Real Estate Property manager. However DH and I have just decided I'm quitting to be a SAHM for a while You need that steel streak in you to be good at and enjoy doing this job.

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    Barista/ Short order cook.. Love where I work and love what I do. Yes I didn't have to get a degree but I have smiling customers, awesome workmates and boss and I wouldn't change a thing. And we laugh everyday

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    I'm an enjo consultant, on leave at the moment and I'm not sure I will go back.

    I'd love to be a Doula but it's very hard when your hubby fifos and you don't have anyone to watch the kids at a moments notice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by minniemarta View Post
    is there much work for this? interesting
    Yep, where I am there seems to be. Some parts of the job I absolutely love, some parts are frustrating but there's nothing I hate and nothing that's boring

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    I'm an enjo consultant, on leave at the moment and I'm not sure I will go back.

    I'd love to be a Doula but it's very hard when your hubby fifos and you don't have anyone to watch the kids at a moments notice!
    I so need to get some sort of party plan business up & running before I have this baby for extra money.
    Is it worthwhile?

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    Cafés during the week, bars nights/weeks. Been doing both since j was old enough to never want to change, work is so laid back and fun!


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    Temporary primary teacher.

    I'm also interested in a career change but I have no idea how to go about it

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    Teacher. Returning to work part time tomorrow after 16 months mat leave. I've got a year 4 - 7 class so that's a nice challenge for me :-)

    Edit: my dream job (if it exists) is to be the person that makes up soundtracks for movies/tv shows or a movie soundtrack composer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ourbradybunch View Post
    I so need to get some sort of party plan business up & running before I have this baby for extra money.
    Is it worthwhile?
    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..

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    Senior claims officer, liability assessment... Busy, and I enjoy my job/career though considering a role in compliance for a while...


 

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