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What It's Like To Be

What It's Like To Be

From postal worker to film producer, what is it like to do what you do?

  • Jord Tury
    Published 3 months ago
    Working in the Funeral Trade

    Working in the Funeral Trade

    When I was fifteen I was offered my first job. It wasn't necessarily a job I had been seeking or studying towards, but it was an opportunity to earn some extra cash, and help me get off my arse each morning after I finished school. Exactly what every teenage kid needs when they're offered six weeks of immortality; a reason to wake up each morning.
  • Jord Tury
    Published 3 months ago
    The Funeral Trade - Q & A
  • Kevin Gardner
    Published 4 months ago
    Best Career Opportunities in IT

    Best Career Opportunities in IT

    The world is currently taken over by matters of technology. Most aspects that surround life are intertwined with technology. This is the main reason why IT jobs are gaining a lot of growth as time goes on. With a lot of computing in the clouds, and many things that are within the circle of IT and software, most organizations have relied heavily on the matters of the qualified IT personnel. This is the main reason why jobs in the field of IT have gained a lot of recognition in the past years up to now.
  • Shelby Weimer
    Published 4 months ago
    Tamp This! Pros + Cons of Living the Life of a Coffee Wizard

    Tamp This! Pros + Cons of Living the Life of a Coffee Wizard

    As a former barista, I can say that I have learned a lot about people in general. There’s a lot of people-watching, unpleasant interactions, and every now and then, surprising friendships. I’ve learned to take the good with the bad and have lots of ridiculous stories, but here are just a few problems I’ve encountered being a coffee wizard:
  • Shaking Bird
    Published 4 months ago
    Accepting Art Commissions

    Accepting Art Commissions

    It's enormously exciting, that first time someone says "I want your art and I'll pay you for it." Oh the thrills, the honor, the validation of every painstaking hour spent in study and blood and tears and oh, so much practice! Finally, you've arrived. You're an artist. And people want to buy your work!
  • Lydia B.
    Published 4 months ago
    Dear Customers, You Suck
  • Steven Altman
    Published 4 months ago
    Hitting the Target

    Hitting the Target

    You might see us pushing wheelchairs, walking with clients through your local YMCA or community centre. Sometimes you don't see us at all. We are always behind the scenes and rarely thought about when it comes to mental health.
  • Q-ell Betton
    Published 4 months ago
    So Why Don't You Make One?

    So Why Don't You Make One?

    As a bit of a film and television critic, one could rightfully, some might think, ask if I could do any better. After all, making a film is not easy. As the saying goes, if it was, everyone would do it. Maybe that's true. But as technology has advanced and many professions that were the preserve of the few, become accessible to all, increasing numbers of people are doing exactly that; making films.
  • Denise Hedley
    Published 5 months ago
    Earning My Writer's Stripes

    Earning My Writer's Stripes

    It isn't what I thought it would be. It is so much more.