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DeVry University Composition ENGL112 Comparative Essay Mahanaim Peterson D02805882 Professor Thomas Le November 17, 2006
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I decided to do my comparative essay on two of my jobs. One of the jobs will be life guarding and the other being bookkeeping. After waking up early in the morning and taking an hour to get ready I was on my way to work. It was at least a thirty minute drive to work eight hours. I did the same things over and over again. It would start to get boring but I liked when I really didn’t have to work. I wouldn’t say that bookkeeping was a bad job, because that is close to my major, it just isn’t exciting. The worst part of that job was the boss. She defiantly had her bad days, and let everyone know about it. I know that she wanted me to do all my work correctly, but she didn’t need to keep repeating it like I was a five year old. Also, her lack of computer skills bugged me. After staying at work all day long I was always too tired to go out and do anything with friends, work drained me. Too much thinking wore me out!
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  • Fall '06
  • ThomasLe
  • $5.15, Mahanaim Peterson, DeVry University Composition ENGL112, DeVry University Composition

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