Discussion in 'SMB' started by Its Him Again, Jan 10, 2019.
The wife was a teacher
Keep your holidays
4 in 43 years.
3 in 41
Permanent full time just the 4 in 23 years. Many more temporary/contract though.
I did 3 distinct full time jobs for 3 companies. The. The 4th company was taken over by Oracle, so the job was the same just different email address. I subsequently left to go independent so I kind of do the same thing just working for myself.
What did she teach you?
12, since 1979. Most of which have been as a result of being head hunted by previous bosses.
I think it’s an ex military thing but since I left school I had 2 temp jobs then joined the army. After 14 years i left that then I’ve had 6 jobs in 5 years in 3 countries . I just can’t settle
6 and I'm 26. Stepping stones to greatness!
1 full time until I was 21 and then self employed for the next 31 years and counting
11 full time employments in twenty years plus two years part time at Ku.
From the 11, I’ve held more than one role in the past two.
In two schools. But now in one for 21 years. I’m a bit of a fixture there ....
My current job I have had for 22 years, and between leaving college and eventually having that job I had approximately a dozen casual/temp jobs inbeteeen 1993-1997.
That she is always right
4, 3 of them have been with the same company though.
3 in 12 years. I like to stay no longer than 5 years to keep things fresh and hopefully move on to better things.
I think by moving jobs you learn more and gain a better skill set.
Hundred or so, couldn't count them all.
I was being serious. Thats not unusual for an old bloke in the building trade. I hope you find your life soon, its sure to be out there somewhere.
3 + Apprentice in 24.
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