What’s the best thing about your job?
I’m a Chaperone for a leading Model agency. I have to look after the nutritional and hotel arrangements for our models. The hours are long but I chaperone models around the world, often sleeping in the same rooms to ensure they get an early night and are safe. Its hard and the rewards can be interesting.
A sort of Jailer, where the inmate trades/buys perks for freedom.Posted 9 years agoskidartistMember
A sort of Jailer, where the inmate trades/buys perks for freedom.
Will esselgruntfuttock be along in a minute to say the same thing? he he
For me I’m self employed rather than in a job. And I’ve got a pretty broad practice. There is very little repetition with lots of variation is the scale, nature and the pace of jobs. Theres also a lot of satisfaction in completing things, partly because you can step back and say ‘I did that’, but also once a job is done its done, issue an invoice and forget about it.Posted 9 years agoCapt. KronosSubscriber
I get to live and work in the Lake District.
The light, especially early/late in the day.
Pretty high levels of freedom (ie not working outside today as it is grim, so sitting home, laughing at my animals and trying to get some wedding photographs finished off and up into the sales gallery).
Going to have to make better use of my new found locale soon, just too much going on in life at the moment to be able to settle and enjoy myself. Hopefully that will all work itself out in the next few weeks though.Posted 9 years agothegreatapeMember
I don’t love anything about my job.
I would really love to do something else, but I doubt I will, because
a) it’s very secure
b) the pension is good
c) the pay is fair
d) I don’t know what else to do
I wish I had the balls of some of the people who have just jacked there safe jobs in and done something else. I think I’m too risk averse to do it myself though. At least I can retire when I’m 50 and do whatever I want then.Posted 9 years agotwinklydaveSubscriber
the fact that i’ve not actually done any work today and no-one seems to mind 🙂
(actually, that’s not strictly true, I’ve helped someone else out with a non-work website, using the company’s equipment, and still no-one seems to mind)
oh and the holidays and flexi-timePosted 9 years ago
and the unrestricted internet access
and the fact that i can ride my bike round the store room like a big kid 😀
oh and the occasional pretty student girlies too…noteethMember
Gazing with speechless adoration at a certain staff nurse.
Looking after elderly patients – who, in a quiet moment, will tell you how they survived Dunkirk.
Helping to get people into emergency surgery faster than you can say “exsanguination.”
NHS pension (if I survive that long).Posted 9 years agoRepack RiderMember
Marin County, Cali
I move pianos. It pays great, and I get into all the best homes. For a few minutes. Met Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf when I moved their piano.
Plus, it gets me some spectacular photos.
Orwell was a f#$king optimist.Posted 9 years ago
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