career

Careers in the industry; from corporate to middle management, food service, media, political figures, and beyond. All workplace careers.

  • Rebecca Sharrock
    Published 2 years ago
    Being A Writer And Speaker

    Being A Writer And Speaker

    As a career I write blogs and books (currently I’m working on a book called My Life is a Puzzle), as well as doing public talks at schools and in the community.
  • Rhonda Farley
    Published 2 years ago
    My Adventures as a Pizza Delivery Driver

    My Adventures as a Pizza Delivery Driver

    The overturn ratio in the pizza business, as far as the delivery drivers are concerned, is an excessive amount of people who come and go at work. How well do you think you know your co-workers? All of the delivery drivers at work, when we are scheduled to work, we usually see one another on a daily basis. Some of the delivery drivers have been delivering pizzas for several years, and some of the delivery drivers are only there for a short period of time.
  • Janine Clifton
    Published 2 years ago
    Why It's Never Too Late to Start Again

    Why It's Never Too Late to Start Again

    Life is full of ups and downs for each and every one of us. There's no escaping it. I'm not sure I've ever met anyone whose life has gone exactly the way they planned. We can all dream about the way we want things to pan out, but in reality, more often than not, we find ourselves resorting to plan B or C or D when it all hits the fan. That's life, isn't it?
  • Savannah Robar
    Published 2 years ago
    Becoming Wilder

    Becoming Wilder

    “Tell me, what is it you plan to do, with your one wild and precious life?”-Mary Oliver, “The Summer Day”
  • Sophie Wilks
    Published 2 years ago
    Self-publishing: KDP

    Self-publishing: KDP

    Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing is a free and easy way to publish your work. KDP gives you the choice to publish an ebook to the Amazon store and publish paperback at the same time (if your book is a minimum of 24 pages).
  • Mark Williams
    Published 2 years ago
    Aspiration, Perspiration, Resignation

    Aspiration, Perspiration, Resignation

    It has been, for the last 10 years, a source of pride to say that I have worked for some of the world's biggest and best companies in engineering, heavy/oversized engineering, construction and utilities. I've been well paid, travelled to cities and countries I'd never planned to see, and experienced interesting and challenging projects on five continents.
  • Andrea Dawson
    Published 2 years ago
    How To Become a Real Estate Agent: Factors To Consider

    How To Become a Real Estate Agent: Factors To Consider

    A real estate agent’s responsibilities are many, and contrary to what people see on the surface, it is quite an involving and competitive industry that needs people who approach their work with a passion. Of course, you do not require a graduate degree to become an agent, but it is imperative that you attend a school offering real estate training and pass the exam offered by the state.
  • Robyn Justine
    Published 2 years ago
    Do You Really Know Your Workplace Worth?

    Do You Really Know Your Workplace Worth?

    I recently read an article on LinkedIn about a lady who had been working as a secretary at a company for a number of years. I imagined it took years of pep talking herself but she finally plucked up the courage to ask for a raise. This ultimately resulted in her being let go.
  • A. Sutton
    Published 2 years ago
    Circle Back

    Circle Back

    “You've heard of people calling in sick. You may have called in sick a few times yourself. But have you ever thought about calling in well?It'd go like this: You'd get the boss on the line and say, "Listen, I've been sick ever since I started working here, but today I'm well and I won't be in anymore." Call in well.”— Tom Robbins
  • Madison Ewing
    Published 2 years ago
    What It's Like to Be a Ballerina

    What It's Like to Be a Ballerina

    To be a ballerina, is in fact, a real job...
  • Rhiannon Watcher
    Published 2 years ago
    The Journey Back To Work

    The Journey Back To Work

    There is a remark I once heard years ago. I was nearly twenty years old. I had been unemployed for just over six months. Almost a year before that I had been working in a care home as a Care Assistant and I loved it but an accident led to having to take six weeks off of work and I was let go. I was also in the early stages of pregnancy and despite looking for work caught between recovering and being pregnant no one wanted to hire me so I was enrolled in a six-week course to give me extra help in finding work. Upon finding out I was pregnant one of the trainers informed me that I would find it the hardest of everyone there to find work and that it would never be easy for me. At that point in time, I did wonder if this was purely down to the fact I was pregnant at such a young age or due to my appearance at the time combined with such.
  • Gentry Bronson
    Published 2 years ago
    Are You a Fiddling Grasshopper?

    Are You a Fiddling Grasshopper?

    It’s been 546 days since I last posted a Grasshopperism and the first time I’ve posted one on Vocal. I stopped posting them because I felt it important to live what I was writing about. To not actually live what I believed seemed wrong, so I wanted to test my thoughts. When I began writing about The Fiddling Grasshopper, I very much felt as though I had recognized something in myself and in other people that was a very unique and wonderful state we could all be in. Each of the 21 Grasshopperisms I wrote and posted described what being a Fiddling Grasshopper meant and is. But I still had a lot of questions, and so I felt it very important to go out and live what I believed.