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    Default What's your and/or your partners profession?

    I'm nosy and I find it so interesting seeing what everyone does.

    I'm a medical receptionist/typist for a fertility specialist/gynaecologist. I absolutely love it.

    I don't have a partner. XH is a truck driver at the moment.

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    Default What's your and/or your partners profession?

    Interesting!

    My husband is a tradie has a few trades under his sleeve
    I used to teach but have started working from home with an American health company brand new to Australia! Very excited
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    Default What's your and/or your partners profession?

    I'm in community services and H is a storeman for a major supermarket

    Edit : hubby was in navy for 25 yrs.
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    I work in a paint shop and my partner is a curtains and blinds installer

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    I'm a sales rep and my husband is an operations manager. We own 2 businesses as well.

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    DH & I are both technically unemployed at the moment! Feels weird to say as we've both worked non-stop since we were 14. DH has a new job that starts in January, as a manager for a trade supply business. I resigned from my job of 8+ years to become a SAHM just before DS2 was born. Hasn't sunk in yet that I won't be going back to work!

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    I'm a high school teacher and DF works in management in the finance sector.

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    I work in aged care as an AIN

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    I am a Sports Nutritionist and Sports coach.

    hubby is a Navy Diver.
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    I am a sahm at this point in time but I'll probably end up stuck back in childcare when I start working again.

    DF works for a big company as a production operator. In other words he presses buttons on a big machine to make things (he hates when I describe it like that because he actually does use his brain lol)


 

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