God, people. I don't want to think about it. I'm a typical writer/artist type that has done more eclectic things than I care to remember.... And, well, I had my first job at age 11 or so, so it would be a large sum, if I wanted to count.
I ran 2 different businesses before I could legaly drive, 2 more jobs before I could legaly vote, 1 more job before I could legally drink. Then I went to college and 2 more jobs in the last 20 years. Now I work for myself, again. If you're keeping up thats 8.
I'm a permit consultant in Chicago. If you're building a skyscraper or erecting a tent, throwing a block party or filming a movie, you need a permit and I'm the guy that knows what you need and how to get it.
Front Desk Clerk(hotel) Wal-Mart Jack in the Box( one day ) Blockbuster(loved it) K*Bobs Steakhouse (Greeter/expo) Dorm Cleaner -I smelled terrible things Christian Camp Counselor in Colorado (Best Job Ever!) Montana Mikes(waitress) Wal-Mart(photo lab) K*Bobs (again) Cracker Barrel(waitress) Wal-Mart MSA Solutions(Student Loans Advisor) Safeway(Bakery) Teacher's Aide (Theatre and Choir) Actress/Singer-Full Time after being a wife and mom
Not Sure I've lived in 4 different states while doing all these jobs(Texas,Kansas,Colorado, and now Arizona), I loved interviewing for jobs it helped sharpen my acting chops. Every job was an exprience most good, but some bad.
More than I care to remember...but good question...marinealways! Let me just say... I've worked various "Management" gigs...and learned alot from each one. As Far As Different Ones...? (for the next category question) No...they were mostly all the same for me. Really...once you get through all the regular paperwork...they all seem the same!
I was curious if anyone else has had to do this...and the best way possible? I have a contractor I need to fire due to condition and breach of contract, the problem is how do I get my deposit back? His time and material...
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