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Are you happy with what you do?

Do you feel like 'it's time for a change'?

If so, why?

Justshopping
2 weeks ago
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kimcress
kimcress2 weeks ago

I’m happy with my job, after following my hubby round for 17 years (military) I’ve finally got my career started. I’m a pharmacy advisor so deal with all prescriptions and customers. In the next year or two, I will hopefully get to become a pharmacy technician.

It’s a very demanding job but I love it!

Interacting with patients and helping them out with questions etc makes it worth while when they say thank you.

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Justshopping
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Original Poster
3 days ago

kimcress Im glad you like your job. I can tell you are quite genuine and a very caring person. Feeling happy that we have helped someone. I just want to say thank you!

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kimcress
kimcress3 days ago

Justshopping thank you. It’s great to finally start my career after so long, plenty more to give and to learn yet though!

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KatieBlue
KatieBlue2 weeks ago

I have been at the same job since I was 19, almost 24 years! I have been lucky to find a job I enjoy with nice colleagues. Doesn’t hurt that I’m part time and have some easier days occasionally too.

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Justshopping
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Original Poster
3 days ago

KatieBlue That's really nice. Im glad you like your job. This is my 3rd Year working and I really enjoy it. Im a teaching assistant. I have really nice colleagues that are older than me. Every year im losing at least 1 person that im close with. People are generally nice at work.

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beccatavender
beccatavender2 weeks ago

I wouldn't say I'm happy but I am not unhappy enough to make a change, the thought of filling in applications going for interviews just fills me with dread. 🤔

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Original Poster
3 days ago

beccatavender Sometimes change is good. Saying that, It really is up to you wether or not you want to take the step. It is quite a hassle getting the applications and going through interviews, I agree. One day you might look back and say, 'it was worth it'.

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beccatavender
beccatavender3 days ago

To be honest, if I stay where I am I can retire in 5 years time, I can do something I really like when I retire. Like I said it's Ok, not really a challenge anymore. But I can do some training to stretch me 🙂 Justshopping

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didbygraham
didbygraham2 weeks ago

I love my job as an information analyst - within a struggling NHS hospital under a lot of pressure like all NHS hospitals. We have a great team bond which makes all the difference. Been in the job for 17 years now, but actually with the same NHS employer since 1982. Not looking to go anywhere else now!

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Original Poster
3 days ago

didbygraham Thank you very much for the job you do! Im glad your enjoying your job. I believe, if you have a great team bond it makes all the difference and helps you endure the tiredness and struggles ect..

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Aenurse1
Aenurse12 weeks ago

No x I’m shattered , tired , undervalued and over worked

Will I leave …………..never

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Original Poster
3 days ago

Aenurse1 Thank you very much for the job that you do! We all really appreciate it.

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NelDawson
NelDawson3 days ago

I work in a care home as an administrator and even though it's trying and hard especially during the pandemic I have became quite attached to some of the residents we have. Definitely has its up and downs but I'm happy in the job I do.

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eyeballkerry
eyeballkerry2 days ago

I am a homemaker and absolutely love my job. This gives me time with my family but also gives me time to do other things I love.

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