Post # 1
Let’s talk jobs!!!!
*cue loud boo in the background*
So Bees….how would you categorize your job or profession? Please vote and tell us a little bit about what you do.
I’ll start…I’m a Human Resource Professional, currently working in a recruitment-oriented position with a multinational O&G company.
P.S. I tried to include all categories but I’m sure I forgot something. Unfortunately, I ran out of categories, so if you’re retired or work for a non-profit or if your job category was lumped with another, then I apologize but it was due to a lack of poll options.
Post # 3
- Wedding: October 2013 - Vine Street Church
Half medical, half science. I’m a cancer research nurse.
Post # 4
I am a teacher. I taught kindergarten this year and will be teaching first next year. :]
Post # 5
I am a part time office manager and full time student. Once I’m done with school next year, I’ll be looking for a job as a high school teacher. 🙂
Post # 6
I’m in law school and work for an attorney
Post # 7
I’m in education. I start student teaching in a month, and next year I will hopefully have my own class of first or second graders.
Post # 8
High school English teacher. I mainly do 9th and 10th grade. I just finished my 12th year of teaching 🙂
Post # 9
Nurse on an adult medicine unit. Hopefully L&D soon!
Post # 10
How nice! That’s what I hope to teach next fall!
Post # 11
I’m a teacher. 4th grade as a homeroom, which means all subject areas, and 6th grade Language Arts and Social Studies, and 7/8 combined Social Studies. I’m extremely overworked.
Post # 12
I am still a student (2 semesters of practicums left)…and I will be a social worker/therapist..
Post # 13
Full time administrative assistant, part time student. Hoping to move up to a much better position before the end of the year!
Post # 14
gah, I start my 400 hour practicum on Wednesday. Not looking forward to it.
Post # 15
Civil engineer here! Working more on the structural side at the moment.
Post # 16
I’m somewhere in between medical and science. I work part time during grad school as an asst. researcher in a neurobiology lab, and the rest of my time I work as an embalmer in a funeral home.