How Many Different Jobs Have you had in your life? Can you list all of them?
From 1973 through 1984 I think I had about 2 or 7 jobs...after that I was a painter....so I'll guess 5!
Six jobs! Pet store clerk, nursing assistant, office manager, resident assistant (RA), and right now i'm a waitress and a health promotions director
I'm not including baby-sitting and odd jobs, or being a student
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 am happy to say in my forty or so years of working that I changed jobs three times and two of them were before I was twenty-one.
Not including teenage baby sitting, and part-time lifeguarding, 4.
1. English teacher in Poland
2. Ladbrokes cashier (betting shop) part-time
3. Legal clerk
We have a split legal profession - I'm in the court work (advocacy) and specialist legal advice bit. We wear wigs, gowns etc in court (-:
What area of legal advice? Those wigs give me entertaining mental images. No disrespect. I didn't know you still wore those. lol
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.
Front Desk Clerk(hotel)
Jack in the Box( one day )
K*Bobs Steakhouse (Greeter/expo)
Dorm Cleaner -I smelled terrible things
Christian Camp Counselor in Colorado (Best Job Ever!)
MSA Solutions(Student Loans Advisor)
Teacher's Aide (Theatre and Choir)
Actress/Singer-Full Time after being a wife and mom
Lol You are catching up with me. Why do you think you jump around jobs so often in the past?
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!
1-during high school (donut shop)
1-during college (milk producer)
5 since college (glass producer, freight, government, magazine publisher, insurance)
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