What is your job(s) and how much you earn and how many hours u work?

Asked By: SOnaa - 8/17/2006
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I am PayRoll Manager, Human Resources Manager, Collections Manager, Website Coordinator, Marketing & Advertising Manager, and Sports Coordinator. I am the highest paid employee on staff, besides the CEO. I work 35 to 40 hours a week. I am currently applying for the CEO position, as our CEO is leaving.
Answered By: Gothic Martha - 8/17/2006
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I'm a computer programmer and work 45 to 50 hours a week.
Answered By: smc2005 - 8/17/2006
I am an assistant principal. Some weeks I work 50 or more hours and some weeks I get by with 35 (not very often though). I'm not rich, but Make enough to own a home and take a vacation once in a while.
Answered By: tsopolly - 8/17/2006
I work in a doctor's office scheduling appts. I work approx. 40 or less a week and earn just under $30,000. If you are looking for a career, I would go into nursing. They make a lot of money with only a two year RN degree and they have a lot of flexibility as far as hours and pay.
Answered By: Shannon - 8/17/2006
wildlife 40 hours per week...earn 45K yearly.
Answered By: birdgirl - 8/17/2006
I work in guest services at a hotel, I make $13/hour and 40 hours a week but I sometimes do over time.
Answered By: chriztina9876 - 8/17/2006
I am a loan officer, and work 40hrs a wk.
Answered By: E.Yvonne G - 8/17/2006
I'm a Tactical Ground Radio Technician for the Air Force. I don't think I make enough money, especially since civilians with my job earn at least double what I make. And I work as many hours as I'm told, it varies depending on the mission.
Answered By: Flem-Flam - 8/17/2006
I'm a GMAT tutor (and sometimes an English teacher), a lot per hour, and anywhere from 3/4 (yes that's three-quarters) to 10 hours/week.
Answered By: AlpineAlli - 8/17/2006
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Answered By: great_job_online - 8/18/2006
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