Post # 32
I’m 27 and a Dental Hygienist! I didn’t start working at my “career” until I was 26. I was a toy store manager, a currency exchange teller and a costant student until then. I takes a while to figure out what you want to do 🙂
Post # 33
I’m 24 and I’m an admin assistant at a pharmaceutical research company.
Post # 34
I’m 27 and an Office Administrator for a Security company.
Post # 35
I’m 24 and a Nurse Diabetes Educator 🙂 I love what I do! I teach newly diagnosed type 1 and type 2 diabeticsas well as patients who have had diabetes for a while. I educate on how to make lifestyle changes and recommend medications to physicians for their patients. I’m a part of a huge diabetes team in the Bronx. I start grad school towards adult nurse practitioner this Fall, but will continue to do what I’m currently doing. Job pays well and I love it! Got accepted into NYU!!!
Post # 36
I’m 25 and I’m a surgical technician in open heart surgery. I looooove being in surgery and what I do!
Post # 37
Im 26 and I work as a Teacher Aide in Special Education. I work with middle schoolers who are on a preschool level and kids in wheelchairs. I love what I do but dont make much. I also own my own soap business.
Post # 38
I’m 24 and a nanny 🙁 Womp womp… I have a BS in Psych & Teaching Cert K-5, I’d love to be a Kindergarten Teacher, but the schools just aren’t hiring right now… So not exactly what I imagined, but tax free cash isn’t so bad when you’re working 35 hrs a week on a flexible schedule , I suppose 🙂
Post # 39
im 22 and a nursery nurse although right now im a full time mummy to my daughter x
Post # 40
I’m 25 and work in insurance sales, I really like my job.
Post # 41
I’m 23 and work in research for a dairy genetics company.
Post # 42
I’m 26 and I’m a fundraiser at a museum 🙂
Post # 43
I’m 26 and work as Cabin Crew in the Uk. X
Post # 44
I’m 24 and I’m a pharmacist.
Post # 45
@Mrs.Sunflower: I know what you mean. I was teaching 4 year old preschool and just happened to get a class that was documented as (a fact) the most difficult class in the history of the school. Plus, I had 12 kids to watch! Other teachers had 1 child to watch because of state requirements- since my kids were 4, I was “allowed” to have up to 15! IT WAS INSANE. It was terrible. We were going to TTC and it literally changed my mind. :/ (My friend, a mother of three, said I would never have kids if I worked there!) So… I just resigned.
Anyway, enough of that rant. I just really know what you mean. Honestly, I am at a cross-roads. I am trying to figure out what I am going to do. So is Darling Husband. He is a graphic designer, but working in insurance because there is a lot of competition here for design, and not a lot of jobs. We are thinking of moving and he is thinking of going to nursing school! I am a succesful artist (depending on how you define the word! :/) as in- I participate in shows and have sales, but sometimes I crave the “normal” life, or predicability and safeness, if you know what I mean. Sigh.
Post # 46
I am 24 and a veterinary nurse.