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I currently work in a bank and not enjoying it , so I’m looking at other career options but not sure what I want to do . What do you do ? Do you enjoy it and what courses or training did you do to get in your position?


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1 year ago
Carer in aged care.

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1 year ago
I have been thinking about getting into this line of work . Do you enjoy it?

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1 year ago
Good luck working with foreigners with limited English

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1 year ago
Hmmm seems like a no

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1 year ago
I wrote that I work in aged care, and I love it! Loveee it! Sometimes it's frustrating but everything gets frustrating sometimes. I just enjoy the different things I can do, while a lot of it is showering, toileting etc, there's other things you do, activities, games, just chatting to clients. Plus it's less responsibility of a nurse (did EN in aged care and it's like one nurse to 30 clients and found it too hard for me personally, too much stress, too much paperwork, not sure if it was just my work place though and only $2 an hour more than carers), but I love being a carer and an advocate for my clients!

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1 year ago
I have the old cert 3 in aged care (I think it's called individual support now)

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1 year ago
work in a servo.

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1 year ago
Mother to 8 kids aged from 6 to 22

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1 year ago
I'm a professional housewife.
I've trained in most domestic duties (excluding mechanical based duties ie fixing broken machines n shit). I trained with Australian Butler Services. And before then I worked in hospitality. I run my schedule like a job.
I can give you a run down of my routine if you'd like.
I like my job. It took some getting used to, to get my head in the right place to see it as my career. I've just enrolled in online courses for later this year, in accounting. I'm pretty stoked. I feel that it will round out my current skills. The only down sides to it are I don't get paid an exact amount and it's also looked down upon by others as not being a real job. But, otherwise, it's a pretty good racket.

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1 year ago
🅰️+

I like your work 😆

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1 year ago
Well done. My husband Said he wouldn’t hire me not even for free

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1 year ago
Family therapist and mediator.

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1 year ago
Business college teacher
Love it