COMPARISON - COMPARISON / CONTRAST ESSAY MY PART-TIME JOBS...

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COMPARISON / CONTRAST ESSAY MY PART-TIME JOBS I have held six part-time jobs so far, and I have learned something from each one of them. I had my first paid job during the summer vacation before I started high school, picking strawberries at a farm near our summerhouse. During three of my four high school years, I cleaned offices near my house once a week after school. I have also worked as a receptionist for a passenger ferry company, a salesperson in a clothing store, a math tutor for middle school students, and a maid in a hotel . While there are a few similarities between these jobs, the differences between them are much greater. One obvious similarity is that they have all been part time. My parents didn’t allow me to work more than one evening and one of the weekend days (Saturday or Sunday) while I was a student. Of course, I often worked full time for a month or so during the summer but never during the school year. Another similarity is that they were all basically entry-level, unskilled positions. One might think that being a math tutor was a more highly skilled job, but actually I was given all the assignments and detailed directions for how to teach math points by the school. Still, I think the differences between these jobs are much more striking than the similarities. The first big difference between them was the amount of mental and
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COMPARISON - COMPARISON / CONTRAST ESSAY MY PART-TIME JOBS...

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