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OT So what do you do?


I want to be fitter again
A lot of people on here talk about their work (apologies to anyone unemployed or on disability) I was wondering what everyone does for their job.
I'll kick off: I've been a trained nurse since 1975, a trained children's nurse since 1979, and a health visitor since 1984 with a counselling diploma thrown in lol. My main areas of interest are nutrition (funny enough) behaviour problems in children and speech and language delay in under 5 year olds.
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I was a paralegal and training to be a legal executive. For a variety of reasons I left my job and am now temping (still intend to complete my legal exec exams! - eventually!)

Monday - Friday (9am-5pm) I work as a Psychiatric Administrator for Suffolk Mental Health Partnership.
Saturday - Sunday (7am-6pm every other weekend) I work as a mashall for a trackday company. Basically run around in an orange jumpsuit waving flags lol.
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My 'day job' i work as a lunchtime supervisor at my daughters' school ( yeah thats what dinnerladies are called these days!!) I am also a fairly successful Avon lady.
Unpaid i am vice chair of the Governing body at the same school
I am at uni studying Journalism and Media but will hopefully go on to work in PR or as a press officer when I finish next year xx
I was a children's nanny for 14 years and then trained as a child psychologist, but now work with NVQ army soldiers studying aviation or telecommunications.


Bears dont dig on dancin'
I'm a full-time Mum to my little boy Tyler, he's nearly 17months and we're moving house on Friday so I don't have time to think let alone work!! Lol. Hey I'll add my OH to this, he's a Senior Signalling Technician on the railway (and waiting to hear back about a promotion eek!). Where are all the guys on here I'm curious what you all do!! Xx


Not such a fat kat now :)
I teach floristry
I'm a discipline clerk for the British army, fab job. Oh and a wife of a soldier which is very hard work at times
im head cook at a local residential home for the elderly, but im looking to get a new job but ive no idea what i want to do, cooking as a job takes the enjoyment out of trying new recipes at home so i dont want to cook for the rest of my life

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