I worked at a TCBY when I was in high school. I loved it and especially loved eating the toppings during my shift.
Being a mom... and no it is not because i am raising young minds to rule the world (which I am) It is the breaks I get, sure I have to feed them but I can sit down afterword. Or, sleep in a bit, you know after the first 3 years of there life. Mainly it is because I do not have to wear makeup and have nice clothes to be a mom!
Teaching. I was a Biology teacher in high school for 1 year. I miss being stressed out because of students
I taught High School history/Social Studies for about seven years. It was a great job...except for the students...
My last 4 years before retirement when I was the athletic director for Martha's Vineyard Regional High School. However, I fully enjoyed teaching, coaching, and being an assistant principal as well But those last 4 years were simply the best.
I think that my favorite job has been being a model! I had my own schedule, I LOVED what I did, I had a very good reason to take care of myself and I made people happy!
....Just out of curiosity.. what was your favorite job? ....
Thank you all for your answers! I love how basically all of your favorite jobs are different in many ways
sfcowgirrl, thanks for asking - my favorite job was when I worked for a restaurant/hotel when I was in high school. I learned so much because I would have to fill in on so many aspects - waitress, dishwasher, cook, desk clerk, housekeeper... It was a great learning experience and something I will always remember. I loved the waitress aspect the most because I got to talk to so many people and would also get free food like cooldad would.
by Peter Leeper 6 years ago
Who was your favorite teacher and why?please specify what level of education your choice taught you.
by Jennifer B 8 months ago
i've learned from my own experience, most of us who write do something else entirely for a living. just wondering what the background of others were. i went to school for journalism and graduated in 2005 when there werent too many oppertunities other than blogging. i have been doing freelance work...
by Theresa Ast 6 years ago
My apologies, but I think the high school and college teacher needs to avoid such broad sweeping questions (very few students nowadays - and I see them in my classes all the time - are ready for such questions). I think you have to start small demonstrating and teaching individual skills and...
by Valerie Washington 5 years ago
How old were you when you first started working and what was your first job?For me, it was 2 weeks before my 16th birthday when I started working. I was a waitress at Bakers Square in Michigan.
by Christina 8 years ago
Well, my 10 year class reunion is coming up next month so it made me wonder how long has everyone been out of high school? Would you go back if you could?
by Paul Swendson 7 years ago
At what point do you think that kids should be taught an accurate version of history, complete with all of the nasty stuff? As a history teacher, I notice that a lot of my college students have a childish understanding of history. Since the stuff that people learn as kids tends to stick with them,...
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