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53 Hours and 544 Miles

As someone who loves to travel one of the best parts about growing up and having an “adult job” is having a job where I can travel. 477 more words

Creating A Bill Paying Routine

Through out college, I never had a routine for paying my bills. I’d usually just make sure to get them paid before they were due. I’d write down in my planner what was due when, but usually, the water bill would some how slip by every month and would result in paying a late fee, aka a stupidity tax.   432 more words

My Thoughts on Resigning from My First Job

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Everyone doesn’t want to stay in a place where they don’t feel happy anymore. They want to move on as much as possible. 630 more words

Making the Most Out of Your First Post-Graduate Job

The four years leading up to college graduation are mainly focused on developing students’ hard skills such as writing, grammar or the ability to navigate Adobe InDesign proficiently. 353 more words

Working My First Job... On Black Friday

I recently got hired to be a seasonal sales associate at JCPenney. It has been a fascinating past couple weeks and I’ve enjoyed working with my coworkers along with the cheerful ambiance of JCPenney. 655 more words

The Art Of Working In A Coffee Shop

After completing my leaving cert, I embarked on a new journey of what I thought was my dream, to be a personal trainer. I began a sport and coaching course & moved to Limerick as I thought this was a good idea. 1,039 more words


Five Work Concepts I Learned in My First Job

Originally published in Linked In on November 14, 2016.

The office setting, business meetings, coffee in the desk or emails are far from what was my initial job experience.  780 more words