I would have to say my current job is the best one I've had. It's by no means glamorous or exciting, but compared to a factory job which I held for over twenty years with long hours and heavy lifting while at the same time required to set a certain speed for production at low wages, this job is easy. I'm an egg grader for a local poultry farm. It's eye straining work and will keep you busy at times picking off defects, but you only need to keep up with the conveyor belt bringing the eggs to you. When the processing is done for the day, I'm free to leave. It is not a set 40 hour week. Sometimes it may be more than 40 hours, but usually much less. Getting home early gives me time for things I never would have had time for, if I was still at the factory.
Bringing my children up and knowing that I did a very good job on them as they very polite, happy out going and love life. Don't get me wrong it wasn't that easy we still argue but I love every day I am with them. Saying all that my job is not finished but it is the best job ever. It is a hard job and you have to work at it to get a happy family.
My job with a program called Junior Engineering. I got to work with elementary school teachers and teach a class for them, and as has been stated elsewhere, it didn't feel like work!
Now I'm working with a non-profit group to get a similar program back on the road (the funding was cut at the university where we were before).
Teaching and writing, one paid and one unpaid, but both are exciting:)
by Nicole Canfield 6 years ago
by Kieron Walker 5 years ago
What is a good part-time job for someone with odd hours?I've already got a full-time job during the daylight hours, but would like to earn some extra cash in what free time I have left. Any ideas of some jobs that I could do for a few hours a day throughout the week?
by Jay Manriquez 5 years ago
What is your average processing time for publishing a hub?From the moment you get an idea for a hub to the moment you click on publish, what is your average processing time (including research, drafting, editing, etc.)?
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