Work - Work By Nathan Sullivan I have always seen the way...

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Work By Nathan Sullivan I have always seen the way that my parents handle work. However what they do is nowhere near what I would want to do with my life. They have given me advice on what to do and how to handle myself when I enter the working world and for that I will always be grateful. However like most people my age I have not gotten every thing that I know from my parents. A large amount of what I learned is from working in different places. When I worked I was meeting a wide range of people that spend form people that had been retired but did this just to keep active. To high school students like me that just needed money. I have worked with people that hated working in this place but never did anything to try and move up. From work with people like this I learned that if you want to happy at a work place then you have to work to get there, also if you hate a place leave it. A lot of people that I worked with just seemed like they didn’t have much motivation to move ahead, however they made sure that they did what they needed to do. From this
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This essay was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course CORE, MATH 110 taught by Professor Scanelle during the Spring '08 term at Valparaiso.

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