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What do you like about your job? (If anything.)--Al
-- Al Schroeder (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 22, 2000
The hours are great; the pay sucks. (I'm unemployed)
-- Bev Sykes (email@example.com), June 23, 2000.
My job of growing old gracefully has caused me to be a failed construction, a curmudgeon and grouch. But nobody in the company (Heather) can discharge me. So, here I am, doing my best in a rude fashion to get along. I've got the seniority.
-- Denver doug (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 23, 2000.
No babysitters. I can actually get my job done without someone watching over me and telling me what to do or checking up on me.
-- Jan (email@example.com), June 23, 2000.
If the curriculum isn't working for me or the kids, I can twist it around, alter it, or just sabatoge it in anyway I choose...as long as I can prove my actions with results. I know other people who are not so blessed, who are stuck doing a job in the most inefficient way possible, without the authority to change anything. There is also lots of creativity involved in creating lesson plans/programs for preschoolers, and anyone allowed to express creativity in their job is very lucky.
-- AJ (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 23, 2000.
I only answer to myself and my husband-I am not trapped all day with a bunch of people that totally mystify or depress me! I can dress up, dress down, dress sky-clad....no cubicles for me never, never, ever again.
-- J Dillon (MissMelanieJo@cs.com), June 23, 2000.
The best thing about my job is that my boss is a visionary. He allows me the freedom to be creative, innovative and seek out new ways of doing business. I'm an idea person. I love coming up with new ideas! My boss is always receptive. I have passion for change.
-- Planet Earth (email@example.com), June 25, 2000.