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Right now I'm a fulltime student and a stay-at-home mommy! I just graduated in May with my Associates in Applied Science for Office System Technologies and now I'm going to school to get my Bachelors in Health Science..I want to work in a field that allows me to be higher up (Such as an office manager or something)...we will see though!
I am a reporter for a daily newspaper. Not sure if I will go back to work after the baby is born. We need my income to pay at least a few of our bills, so regardless I am going to have to work in some capacity. My job is really demanding though with some really odd and long hours. Obviously I won't be able to do that once the baby gets here. I am hopelessly wishing that a dream job will fall into my lap on the meantime! Lol
I am a psychotherapist in private practice, and I am in a specialized training. I work part time now, and since I work for myself can make my own hours. I try to work when the kids are at school or my husband is home with the. I will go back after, but probably less for awhile.
I work full-time as a Recreation Officer for the Government. I manage campsites and trails in the area for safety, environmental concerns etc. I also manage any land-use disagreements. I LOVE my job, it is my dream job. But it is stressful, the hours can be long and I have to travel about once a month for 2-3 days. I will go back to my job but it will be tough. My DH picks up a lot of the slack. He does the daycare run because he has the stable work hours and it will be tough on him when I go away and he has 2 little ones to look after. Luckily I'm from Canada and we get a years paid maternity leave so that will be nice.
I work with adults with Autism. One of the guys can be pretty violent, so I may have to look into transferring while I'm pregnant. I'm working full time now because I have to for insurance, but hopefully once the baby is born, DH will qualify for insurance and I can go back to part time. I do like working a little, I would go crazy at home all the time, but I'd much prefer to work 25 hours instead of 40.