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Here's the situation: I have some time between finishing up my degree and getting my job that my degree is for (medical field) so I figured I need the money, I might as well work since I am not really doing much with my time for the next 7-8 months. I am already working a part-time job in the field I am graduating to work in, but wanted to get a 2nd part time job during this time period, so I want something fun that I get something out of since once I have my degree I will probably have the same job for the next 25+ years. My qualifications: I am ALMOST a college grad, but not quite yet, so no actual degree. I have 5+ years of finance/admin assistance experience, with an ephasis on finance in a health care setting. I also have retail (ick!) experience and a lot of experience with computer programming/Microsoft applications. What I like: Outdoors, animals, something fun and exciting, sports What I don't like: Dress clothes and kids What kind of job do you think I should seek?

Asked By: SadToday22 - 5/1/2007
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Remember your dreams. Include the child in you as you make your decision. These two elements bring you closer to having a love for what you do as well as purpose. You seem to be a person that likes to travel and not live in an office environment. Seek to be a consultant with Arthur and Anderson, Deloitte and Touche... More
Answered By: mark_hensley@sbcglobal.net - 5/1/2007
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Answered By: Damian - 5/1/2007
 
You might want to think about development work after you graduate - the plus is in project you can change them every couple of years and with a background in finance and health systems the world is open - check out the following sites - www.idealist.org and www.releifweb.int
Answered By: rowanwagner - 5/1/2007
 
well it seems like you have your education under control so anything that you do from thjs point on would be a plus but you should not take on too much between semesters stay focused on your education and find yourself an outdoor job where you can relax and enjoy your break from the books. believe me i know... More
Answered By: smithc - 5/1/2007
 
Have you thought about working part time from home? No need to dress up and you can spend as much time on it as you want. I work 7 - 10 hours a week and I don't sell products. Check out my profile to see if you are interested.
Answered By: ameriplan_mommy_hanna - 5/1/2007
 
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