What do you like most and least about your job?
If you don't have a job then don't bother answering.
Asked By: Me - 1/10/2011
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
I work at a radar site. I love supporting armament testing with it and viewing what I can through our camera systems, including our IR camera. I track bombs, missles, airplanes with skin or beacon tracking methods. If there's not mission support scheduled and all the maintenance is done, I have plenty of free time to... More
Answered By: john hobart - 1/10/2011
Additional Answers (15)
Oh well thanks :(
Answered By: Jasper - 1/10/2011
Most: my paycheck Least: everything else
Answered By: Just Some Guy On The Internet - 1/10/2011
Like most - the people hate most - the people
Answered By: AZD2 - 1/10/2011
Just passing through because. I am to rich to have a Job
Answered By: Edward Cullen™ [100% Diva] - 1/10/2011
Most My check Least Work Politics
Answered By: santi - 1/10/2011
good money but too much responsibility
Answered By: Namaste - 1/10/2011
I'll let you know as soon as I get one again!
Answered By: boogalou - 1/10/2011
Like....after 17+ years.....some of the people dislike....everything else
Answered By: Eye of Innocence - 1/10/2011
Sorry I don't listen... What I like least is looking for a job,so if you want to give up yours I will take it...
Answered By: ryan55 - 1/10/2011
Like most: Flexible timings. Like least: Uncertain pay.
Answered By: Lilian B - 1/10/2011
most enjoying the job and paychecks least going to office
Answered By: sravan - 1/10/2011
Most: The good wages, the sports facilities provided by my employer and the flextime. Least: Everything about the job and what it involves.
Answered By: Big D - 1/10/2011
likes interacting with customers dislike it's only part time so i could use more hours
Answered By: jim b - 1/10/2011
my job is very very lucrative nothing. if you love your job. and i am passionate for it
Answered By: howtosayallen - 1/10/2011
Most: Meeting new people, overhearing funny conversations, people who have too much to drink Least: Not getting enough hours, working until early hours in the morning
Answered By: Stargazer - 1/10/2011
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