I love working as a nurse, but I don’t enjoy my present job.
I am fortunate enough to work with wonderful professional people, but I work for a small agency and was promoted to administrator. Now I am responsible for tasks for which I had little or no training, and I don’t get to see [...]
I am a student nurse, in my 3rd year of nursing. I took up nursing with a lot of passion towards it. Prior to being a part of nursing, I worked for 10 years after my 12th grade in medical transcription, I did make good money there. I lost my close friend [...]more
I was basically raised to be a restaurant worker! My Mom was a waitress and my Dad a bartender. All of my siblings started in a restaurant but are out now. I grew a love for the business and have decided to make it my career. Only problem is, I seem to let everyday stresses [...]more
Dear colleagues (new and old),
I have been a nurse (and no I won’t reveal my level of education as I don’t believe that it designates my level of intelligence or commitment to our profession) for over 25 years. THERE IS ROOM FOR ALL OF US.
To my new sisters and brothers in the profession: WELCOME! Our [...]
I’ve held other jobs after the one I’m writing about now. I was a case management assistant, and it was the BEST job ever except people ruined it! If i had to work for a big organization and put up with the p.c. crap THAT still was the only job that would make me do [...]more
I work on Broadway, a busy street of infamy in a major metropolitan city. No, it’s not the famous Broadway of New York, full of classy acts and theater snobs. My Broadway is something more like the telegraph avenue in Berkley or it’s neighbor Haight/Ashbery. Every city has a Broadway; it’s Hennipen or Lyndale in [...]more
I spent too much time as a teenager playing video games when I should have been attempting to figure out what I should do for a career (I still have little more than an idea). I tried to put myself through college, but couldn’t afford to do it while earning $4.25 per hour at [...]more
I work in a keller. Every day the people order and I serve them breakfast, lunch, apertifs. I came from Turkey. I’ve been here for 11 years in Zurich, Switzerland. I’m not actually Turkish, I’m Kurdish. In Turkey it is a bit hard for us. In 1988, I came [...]more