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23-05-2016 15:52 #11
23-05-2016 16:26 #12
I love my job...I'm a nurse and have been for 15+ years BUT there is not a chance in hell I will ever return to hospital nursing if I can help it. I work in private practice in Travel Medicine now and love it...The pay is crap, but I'd rather earn less, not do shift work and love my job.
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23-05-2016 16:31 #13
We only have 1 local university too.
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23-05-2016 16:34 #14
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I love my job, funnily enough I am a designer. So not that helpful to you. I do in-house design which I DEFINITELY prefer to studio work and freelancing is not for me, for the reasons you described. You are more likely to be working with quality clients these days though of course getting the work is another issue if you are in a studio. I am the sole designer across two extremely high selling international brands, in the equestrian industry (I am heavily involved in this industry anyway with my own competition horse) which is perfect for me!
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23-05-2016 17:23 #18
I think I am having an early mid life crisis, lol.
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23-05-2016 17:41 #20
Im a Teacher Aide and I love it! At present I am a permanent part-time, but on average get 1 extra day a week to cover another Aide who is away.
I am studying at present, in order to progress to a Certificate IV, which will get me into Special Education, which is my ideal choice.
I work school hours, have job security, get paid holidays, and work with some great teachers and kids!
Being a teacher would be too much for me. Teachers work soooo hard and have tremendous responsibity. Bless you teachers!
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