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I was wearing a plain, light blue shirt with a pocket on the chest and looked at myself the mirror. I looked super professional, as if I worked in healthcare, especially with my glasses on. I can see why everyone always wants to work in healthcare (there's always a bunch of people walking around wearing such outfits around here, as well as stores that sell such specific clothing).
 

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My sister, who's a couple of years younger than me, got her first job not that long ago. She now works going into elderly folks homes to take care of them and do their bidding. So good for her. 馃帀The only thing that's weird is that she wears black nursing garments to work... like sis, you work taking care of the living, not the dead!

Her agency is desperately hiring... I think these kinds of nursing jobs are women dominated though. But it seems like a good way to practice social skills and sounds like a good beginner job as a whole.
 

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The more I experience going to the dentist, the more I seriously consider becoming a dental hygienist or an orthodontist. Seems like a pretty relaxed job. The terrified patients can't even talk to you because their mouths are being worked on :sneaky:. My tiny hands will finally be of use by easily sliding into the depths of their mouths! The dental assistants on the other hand are quite the chatty bunch though, often trying to break the silence with the more serious hygienist/orthodontist. Lastly, you get to cover your face with a mask for some anonymity. Oh and the salary is quite nice as well.
 
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