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Old 10-27-2021, 03:27 PM   #1
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Default Adhd careers that offer specific variety?

I think Iím beginning to figure out what I donít like about being a preschool classroom aid in a childcare facility. Now even though I think I donít like maintenance I think that is lot more different day to day. Thoughts?

I feel like no matter what when people say every day is the different as teachers, I personally donít feel that unless children have different behaviors and or the lessons are different. When I find my self being scheduled in same classroom all week and even when Iím in 3 different classrooms for day same every day of week for one week, it starts to feel repetitive. For example, when I woke up today Iím like encountering some resistance about going to be doing the same classroom and itís almost like a repeat,

I donít think there is enough variety in this job? What are some jobs locally that allow more variety without having to go back to school, since Iíve wasted time and money trying to make decision on a career path and at this point, I have better luck trying something else, I already took CNA course and didnít have goood experience in order to do nursing, currently enrolled in school for early childhood classes, but im starting to doubt that.
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