Based off a comment about people not staying at jobs as long as they once did, I thought this may be interesting.
Holly Shirk I love my job that I am finishing my nursing career with. When I graduated from Nursing School, many years ago, my present facility offered me a job teaching. I turned it down so that I could go to a hospital and practice acute care for a few years. After all of these wonderful years of learning and working as a nurse, I have come full circle. I have now been working for 10 years at that same facility that offered me a teaching job so many years ago. (Responsible for the instruction of our 500 employees.) Our facility is a great place to work because of the people in it. Susan
I was a teacher for 10 years, until this past June, but I never stayed at one school district very long. The longest I stayed at any one school building was three years. I'm a wanderer. I've been in my current position since October and I LOVE it, but I can't see myself retiring here unless I find a way for vertical movement.
i love the company and my job.
I've been at my job for 5 years and 6 is coming up pretty quick. I love my job and the people I work with, my job has taught me so much, I'm constantly learnning new things everyday. I'm so grateful for everything my job has given me, Its given me more than just a pay check, Its given me learning tools that I can take any where I go, Its given me real good friends and relationships that I truely value, Plus its only a 10 minute drive from home. I love it
I have been working off an on at this company for 10 years.
I've been here for 7 years and at my previous job 9 yrs. Prior to that 10 yrs. Total of 26 years in home health and I love it!
I started 5/4/2004 we have had several owners since then.
I've been with the company for less than a year. This is my second time working here. The first time that I was employed at TTBH was for 7 1/2 years. Holly Shirk
I have been with my company for about 16 1/2 years. I have been working with the owner in this and two other companies for nearly 20 years. He is an amazing boss, fair and generous with his time and knowledge. Of course, I have a really cool job that is NEVER boring!
I hit my 20 year anniversary on 5/14/2016.
I've been with my company for almost eleven years.
I've been here for 8 years and I was a direct care aid for 17 before that.
I never realized the rewards of correctional nursing until I became one. I love what I do and I enjoy the positive client response. I have worked other aspects of nursing and I say that correctional nursing is a winner. Yes there are challenges but I love a challenge.
I have been doing corrections since 1999.
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