What is your occupation/profession or job?
Nursing Assistant and Licensed Phlebotomist
Degree or nah?
Nah. lol.But I'm working on it as I'm currently in school
Why did you pick it? How did you get it?
I picked it because I didn't want to work jobs that had nothing to do with what I wanted to do, which my goal one day is to become a Physician in the capacity of a Nurse Practitioner, I'm thinking of specializing in pediatrics but the night is young. lol. And I got it because I applied and got hired.
What do you do at work? (be specific, titles mean nothing)
As a nursing Assistant I help the patients get dressed, assist them with medication and daily hygiene needs. As a Phlebotomist, you draw blood, process specimens and assist with also centrifuging specimens as well.
How long have you been working there?
As a nursing Assistant for about ten months and for phlebotomy since december.
Are you satisfied? Are you looking for something else?
As a phlebotomist yes, I decided to become a phlebotomist to do something more medically oriented.
Is the pay good? (is it really holding you down?)
It is, I've managed to garner alot for my someone my age, so I feel blessed because of that.
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What is your occupation/profession or job? Political Officer, Diplomat
Degree or nah? Bachelors in Political Science and Communications, Masters in Security Studies & Diplomacy
Why did you pick it? How did you get it? I applied with the State Department, took the foreign service exam, and was a little lucky.
What do you do at work? (be specific, titles mean nothing) represents the interests of the US abroad. The job varies in scope every day.
How long have you been working there? 3 years
Are you satisfied? Are you looking for something else? Mostly satisfied, this is my dream job. I was a university teacher and paralegal before this and I hated those jobs.
Is the pay good? (is it really holding you down? Pay is solid. Although who couldn't use more?