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Do you love your job? What would you do, if you could?--- Al
-- Al Schroeder (email@example.com), April 03, 2000
Love my job. Can't stand my boss. I loved my old boss, and I loved my job till he retired. Now, my motto is "A Day Without Basil (that's the bossman) is like a day without neckpain." If I could, though? I'd be a personal trainer and help older women work out correctly with weights at the gym. Alas, I'm doomed to remain in state government till I retire...
-- Sunshyn (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 04, 2000.
Well, I'm still a student and to be honest, I hate it. I guess I'd rather just have a job and all that. So many people think it's so much easier to go to school than to work, maybe I'm swayed by my current circumstances but I don't agree with that at all.
-- Jen (email@example.com), April 04, 2000.
I loved all my jobs, primarily because I enjoyed being around and relating to all ages and types of people.
Now I am retired and I love it.
If I could be anything it would be a psychiatric technician who deals with the patient on a day to day basis. Someone who could truy help another return to reality and life on a daily basis.
-- Denver doug (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 04, 2000.
Yeah, despite how I act while I'm there. I cut up and complain like a lot of others, but more so for comic relief to the whole department rather than actual hatred for the job. I'm lucky to work in a place where I like everyone that I work with, and although not everyone has the same odd sense of humor that I have, at least they all recognize a sense of humor when they see it. I'm going to miss my job and coworkers when I leave town soon. My dream job would be sleep research. I could get paid for 8 hours a day (or actually, night)to let someone watch me sleep, then when I wake up, I'm off work and have the rest of the day to do whatever I want. Unrealistic? Definately. But if I COULD, That's exactly what I'd do. Sleep for a living.
-- Kev Summitt (email@example.com), April 04, 2000.
I am a homemaker, and for the most part, I love my job. I love being a part of the majority of my kids day, participating in school activities, working on afterschool activities, watching dance classes, coaching or cheering on their sports and getting to hear about everything first hand from them. I truely believe my first and primary mission in life is to raise happy, well-adjusted kids. But then, every once in awhile, I get the inkling to maybe go back to school and then go into nursing. But then I realize, there isn't a part of their lives I am willing to compromise for that!! We'll see.
-- Glenna B. Yarnot (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 04, 2000.
I'm a prostitute and I love my job. The best thing is this world is sex, and I get paid for it! My only complaint is that I hate the taste of latex.
-- Love Machine (email@example.com), April 04, 2000.
I love my job, I love teaching special needs children. I love my college classes about teaching special needs children. I hate school administrators who's primary goal seems to be evading a parents request for special ed. services at all costs, for the sake of the holy dollar. I understand that there has to be someone to worry about money, but it is THE LAW that the families are entitled to these services after all. I would not want the negative karma derived from cheating special needs children.
-- AJ (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 05, 2000.