What Career suits my Personality /

Hi Folks,

While faffing about on this wonderful thing called a P.C. the other day I came across another of these doohickies that tempt you to read and choose options which in the end tell you what you 'like' or 'are like' if you know what I mean and as luck would have it and I didn't have aught else to do, I thought - Oh what the hay! I'll have a go - this was the result ......

You would be very happy in a career that utilised your level-headedness, and allowed you to work mainly on your own. You want a career that allows you to stimulate your senses and your mind, without having to be involved with lots of people. Some careers that would be perfect for you are:
4)Medical Technician
7)Marine Biologist
8)Graphic Designer
9)Online Content Developer
11)Computer Security
13)Computer Programmer
14)Technical Writer
15)Systems Analyst

^ Did you notice - all very worthy, intelligent and well-paid occupations hmmm...

You like working and being alone. You like to avoid attention at all costs. You tend to keep to yourself, and not interact much with the people around you. You enjoy spending time with a few a close friends. You like to listen to others, but don't like sharing much about yourself. You are very quiet and private. You are very practical, and only act after thinking things through. You don't like being forced to answer quickly. You have to evaluate the situation completely. You make decisions based on what you can verify with your senses.

You like to be involved deeply in one or two special projects. You like to be behind the scenes. You are very logical and fair. You feel you should be honest with others at all costs. You trust what is certain. You only like new ideas if they can be practically applied to the situation. You value what is real. You use your common sense. You like to utilise the skills you have instead of learning new ones. You are very specific and detailed when writing or talking to others.

You follow directions well. You like things to be laid out for you to do instead of working them out for yourself. You like decisions to be made. You don't like things to be left in limbo. You like to know what you are getting into before you commit to something. You like to focus on the here and now. You enjoy completing projects. It is important for you to achieve and succeed . Therefore, you believe in working hard and playing later. You like to set goals and work towards them.

Oh my goodness gracious ! How true, all these wonderful things shown here are, soooo true - hehehe - Yeah right ! I wish ! Did you notice the number of occupations mentioned in the list ? they cover most well-paid eventualities don't they ?? That being said, on reading the list I was reminded of experiences of my actual job .

This is where real life comes into the equation folks -

Before I was retired I was responsible for seeing visiting customers at our Finance company's Head Office and also dealing with customer correspondence - trying to sort out any account problems they were experiencing in trying to understand how our finance company could be due all the extortionately high interest charges ......

I wished at times that I could get a hold of some of the salesmen and women who had mis-sold customers things in the large Stores - they have 'helped' these customers when they called there and had managed to 'pocket' extra money either 'adding on' insurances or warranties to the prices . These charges were, of course added on to the end of their finance agreement which they had signed after being persuaded that these charges were a good idea - they had been advised that if they changed their minds about these extras they could just cancel them which would be no problem .... Yeah right ! the thing is that cancellation should have been exercised within a period of time .

It seemed to be the case that when someone entered a large store and they saw all these sparkling and new items seemed to go into a 'dwalm ' (hypnotic state). They had been given the opportunity of getting goods with very little cash being passed over by them, they had left their common sense at the door on the way inside ....... This then seemed to kick in about three months months later when the invoices were then being churned out by an automated accounting system .....

They had no idea what interest rate they would be due to pay in the long run. These ahem... 'Sales Assistants' should have been hung drawn and quartered as far as I was concerned , most of the customers did not have a clue what they were letting themselves in for.
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OK let's lighten up - time for some funnies !!
The family wheeled Grandma out on the lawn, in her wheelchair, where the activities for her 100th birthday were taking place. Grandma couldn't speak very well, but she would write notes when she needed to communicate. After a short time out on the lawn, Grandma started leaning off to the right, so some family members grabbed her, straightened her up, and stuffed pillows on her right. A short time later, she started leaning off to her left, so again the family grabbed her and stuffed pillows on her left. Soon she started leaning forward, so the family members again grabbed her, and then tied a pillowcase around her waist to hold her up.A nephew who arrived late came up to Grandma and said, 'Hi, Grandma, you're looking good! How are they treating you?' Grandma took out her little notepad and slowly wrote a note to the nephew...... .. .

'The Beggars won't let me fart.'
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As a woman passed her daughter's closed bedroom door, she heard a strange buzzing noise coming fromwithin. Opening the door, she observed her daughterwith a vibrator.Shocked, she asked: 'what in the world are youdoing?'The daughter replied: 'mom, I'm thirty-five yearsold, unmarried, and this thing is about as close asI'll ever get to a husband. Please, go away andleave me alone.'The next day, the girl's father heard the same buzzcoming from the other side of the closed bedroomdoor. Upon entering the room, he observed his daughter making passionate love to her vibrator.To his query as to what she was doing, the daughter said: 'dad I'm thirty-five, unmarried, and this thing is about as close as I'll ever get to a husband. Please, go away and leave me alone..'A couple days later, the wife came home from a shopping trip, placed the groceries on the kitchen counter, and heard that buzzing noise coming from, of all places, the living room. She entered that area and observed her husband sitting on the couch, downing a cold beer, and staring at the TV.The vibrator was next to him on the couch, buzzinglike crazy.The wife asked: 'What the f@!* are you doing?'The husband replied: 'I'm watching football with my son-in-law.'

***The Ride (one for all) We are on quite a ride*** {Turn up the sound } .

This clever piece originated in Australia . It is so very well done most folks don't realize how much info he is sharing! Just click once on the link below or paste it. Speakers on! Full Screen! Photos by NASA.Enjoy Your Journey....!!!


Cheers for today from the land of the Tartan , Love Kate xxx.

P.S. I am still awaiting delivery of a new router for my P.C. but somehow my P.C. has started to feel sorry for me and let me into it's files etc. so I was able to take advantage of it's good nature this morning .......Hehehehe. I will probably receive the new router in the next couple of days - fingers crossed that this post does actually publish ....... Cheers Kate x.