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    Quote Originally Posted by ichabod View Post
    LOL - yep it is, but sometimes when we get bored we just sort of estimate.

    Actually, I don't really count things - my job is cool, I get to work with other researchers and analyse their data and say whether the stuff they are testing is working or not. I work with HIV, TB and Malaria projects.

    So I basically count how many have the diease and after treatment who doesn't and if thats a significant change. Yeah I know I'm .
    I think, that every job, what helps even to one person is needed and important...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ichabod View Post
    LOL - yep it is, but sometimes when we get bored we just sort of estimate.

    Actually, I don't really count things - my job is cool, I get to work with other researchers and analyse their data and say whether the stuff they are testing is working or not. I work with HIV, TB and Malaria projects.

    So I basically count how many have the diease and after treatment who doesn't and if thats a significant change. Yeah I know I'm .
    I think that's a cool job. Mine is student....loooool

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronja View Post
    I think that's a cool job. Mine is student....loooool

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    well i think thats great i love your site that is awesome

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    I'm a midshipman, my third year of Naval College will begin next monday , still 3 years to go!

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    I'm an Assistant Director in the British Film Industry but, as recessions always hit us hard, I'm working as an agency gardener. I must admit I enjoy it but I don't make as much money as AD-ing (about 1/3 what I'm usually on) so it looks like I'm going to have to sell my house. Bummer.

    Still, at least I've got a job and about to relaunch myself on the remnants of the film biz.

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    I do an apprenticeship as a media designer (graphic designer)
    we design for exhibitions, airplanes, cars... and drinking a lot of coffee.
    It is so exciting I just LOVE MY JOB!
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    I am a Killick Chef in the Royal Navy. Life is pretty good but the days/weeks at sea can be long at times. I am enjoying this time being in home port. Being able to get home and spend time with the family and friends.
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    I've worked in Outpatients at a small local hospital for 30 years. Mainly Receptionist/typist/secretary. It's very fulfilling and I wouldn't want to do anything else!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tristania View Post
    I've worked in Outpatients at a small local hospital for 30 years. Mainly Receptionist/typist/secretary. It's very fulfilling and I wouldn't want to do anything else!
    that sounds like a very rewarding job

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    wow, seems that most of you love what you're doing. That's great. I'm a Quality Assurance Analyst at a call center. I evaluate how agents handle the calls. It's an ok job. I'm thankful to have a job, however I want do fulfilling. Something that would make me feel like I'm doin something for myself and the society. I still have to figure out what I want to do that though...am not givin up though
    Seriously... I'm Kidd


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