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I am the office administrator for a medical practice. It was tough in the beginning but now it is second nature. Sure, it gets stressful sometimes but I very much enjoy my job.
I think mine is going to be pretty similar to your job.12
I copy blueprints in a construction company, it's easy, most of the time is spent waiting for projects to come in to simply copy them and take them to the appropriate rack.
How easy it is combined with the sense of having no purpose since literally less than 1% of construction jobs actually get built and the 11 hour workdays are why I'm trying to hard to get into the police academy so I can do real work, make money, have time to breathe and have a career.
Non-cooperation from others in regards to references and my power tripping doctors refusing to provide times which will suit my schedule is certainly making it harder than it needs to be.11
I'm an ESL (English for Second Language learners) teacher in South Korea. And it depends on the semester and management of the academy, but it's mostly an easy job, I get paid $36,000 a year, and I enjoy it. Some days, I only teach for three hours that day. Fridays suck though; I teach six classes straight from 2pm to 8pm, and they're all youngsters and new students, which means they don't trust you yet and their parents are the most entitled and obnoxious.21
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Software engineer or app developer, it's a tricky job since it's always changing, you can't really relax and take it easy. Especially the battle for resources to do a really good job instead of bare minimum.12
My job is just a confusing one lol, but am always online, doing some data entrant stuff, doing some of the liaison stuff, booking some visa applications for some of our clients since it a labor placement company.
As well computer maintenance. Though not all that happy since in own view am earning low.0
My current job is very easy, but it gets tougher in the summer.0
I'm retired... it's very easy0
I m a filmmaker10
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I am a caregiver for elderly and special needs.
Yes, it is difficult. You have days where you want to rip your hair out, and some days where you feel so rewarded and happy. It seems like a a simple job from the surface, but you’re constantly having to problem solve and be on call. I am always on call when someone needs a caregiver.
Some days I just have to “babysit,” literally, I watch my client/s, cook them food, do activities with them, and bathe them. Other days, I’m driving them around to appointments, bathing, dressing them, cooking, cleaning, picking up necessities, making sure they get out of bed and exercise, preparing medications, etc.
It can be tiring, but I love it and I’m glad I can help people.
That sounds difficult and sounds like you need a lot of patience too. It's a good thing you love it or else I can imagine it being unbearable plus if a grumpy person is taking care of me that would be bad too