because people speak English
I'm a teacher. My profession requires large doses of patience and love....and the best moments in my teaching carrier are connected with my students. When I teach them for five of six years and see their development...I think this is the most rewording thing for me!
As a teacher, I love when my students say " Oh teacher, thank you so much. I have changed my mind and I do like English now..."
That's it. The payment is hell. I am even thinking about moving somewhere else.
Good question! In fact, I often ask myself this question. Maybe it's that I know about the human body.
I love your job...but I fear "blood"...lol..
I assume you know I'm a doctor!
I'm not working right now but I worked as a public relation expert once and what was best about my job was I had to see so many different people. This was the best and the worst part of my job. The best because sometimes some people were very interesting and sometimes they were very difficult to deal with.
As a nurse I really appreciate the human side of my job, being able to comfort sick people and to help them in a difficult situation is very rewarding. Technical work is part of my job, but it's not the part that I like the most, it's just a toll that can help people to feel better. It also gave me the opportunity to travel to emerging countries and, as I am keen of travels, being a nurse gave me the chance to match 2 things I love the most.
Nowadays, I can not work as a nurse anymore because my sensitivity became so huge that I can not stand to see distress, pain, sorrow and death. I am not able now to deal with all those things anymore.
Nowadays, as a touristic accompanist in Turkey, it's once again, the human side that I like the most. I am there to solve various problems tourists could encounter and I love this job. It keeps me on the roads, give me the opportunity to meet people in a happy context (so different from when I was a nurse) and gives me the chance to help people again.
This is so fascinating! I always wondered how nurses could do their jobs for so long without burning out. I think nurses have the hardest job in the world. I love that you found your true passion in your first job and managed to find another job that was better suited to you. Life is such a learning journey.
They do burn out ! Nowadays, many of them just quit their job and less and less of those who are still working are doing it part time. I think to become a nurse is a priesthood... but at the same time, it is so rewarding. Thanks for your interest to my post.
Being my own boss :D
I love your job, Heaven! I also want to be my own boss =)
I make a living out of teaching, the best part is the interaction with children. As an English teacher as a second language, for me it is rewarding to see how they increase their level day by day. How they paraphrase your values teachings and they lecture their own classmates. I really enjoy it.At the end of the year to make the notes before- after comparison to notice how much they have improved during the whole school year.I also delight parents acknowledgement throught their last meeting notes in the annual school book.