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HenryVIII

The link now works, thanks.  Very impressive CV by the way.

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Geedee

I've worked as a full time graphic designer for about 25 years.

 

I worked for a few years as a part-time volunteer communication support worker primarily with Deaf adults and a year as an NAS befriender. Both jobs teminated for management reasons rather than me leaving.

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HalfFull

My job mostly involves high level data entry and reporting associated work for a public sector organisation. For years my job was all about Performance Indicator reporting which I loved, then it was keeping a training database which I still do some of and maintaining informal staff records. I wasn't keen on this part of my job but I'm currently putting together a spreadsheet of safety equipment which I enjoy. In the past I've done various admin and data entry roles in all employment sectors.

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Babadakad

I'm doing a voluntary year right now (voluntary social work), in which I work with mentally challenged adults. Cooking, painting, crafting are some of the things I do with them. After that I hope to do the general qualification for university entrance.

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KimmyWSmith

I am a school librarian, but I taught English for 27 years in a high school.  It was really good for me after I figured out what I taught and could organize.  I love the library job, just my co-worker thinks I am rather mean and sort of bullies me.  

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Nesf

I am a school librarian, but I taught English for 27 years in a high school.  It was really good for me after I figured out what I taught and could organize.  I love the library job, just my co-worker thinks I am rather mean and sort of bullies me.  

I was a teacher too, as I mentioned elsewhere, but found it too demanding - the noise, the large number of kids, maintaining discipline, the staff... spent most of my breaks in the library. I would rather be a librarian any day.

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KimmyWSmith

I love my new job.  It will be perfect if the bully I work with will retire.  I keep trying to decide what I am doing to make her hate me.  I don't think it is all me or my Asperger's as the last to NT who worked in here were also run off.  She has the meanest personality, and I am having a hard time not shutting down some days.  I have an Aspie student who stays with me most of the time he is off since he said Aspies are Awesome and we are the only two.  :)

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Pinky and his brain

I work as an IT supporter in an electronics store. Fixing the customers broken computers all day long.

 

I like fixing stuff, but I dont like all the trouble and stress that angry customers bring into the shop. Sometimes it takes me several hours to calm down after I get home.

At the end of the week I am just completely exhausted, and pretty much sleep the weekend away.

 

But I dont really know how I should change it. This is pretty much what I am good at. I just wish it was less exhausting.

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aspiesw

I'm a student. Studying Web Development, I also work part time, in retail

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