Question of the day from mssc

How many hours a week do you work in your chosen profession?

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7 Responses to Question of the day from mssc

  1. SKL says:

    Depends. Do you want me to include the time I spend getting distracted during the work day? If so, then it’s about 72 hours per week, except when I have family or social commitments that trump work (which isn’t often).

    If I subtract the time I spend procrastinating on the internet, etc., it’s probably more like 55 hours.

    • SKL says:

      I should point out that I don’t get paid by the hour, and I took a 50% pay cut to quit my previous job and join this partnership, so I don’t feel guilty about putzing around part of the time. I never put “workaholic” on my resume.

  2. Joy says:

    When I worked I worked for a school district and I only worked when there was school. When I was working at full tilt, it was 7 hours a day which is full time for a para.

  3. Sue says:

    Well, I’m a part timer at 24 hours a week, but if I’m on call for a night or the weekend then I put in more hours. Hopefully I will be able to pick up an extra day soon!

  4. mssc54 says:

    January through mid March my time working is somewhat limited. Maybe 20-25hrs a week. Some more some less depending on the job.

    The remainer of he year it can be as much as 50-60 a week.

  5. Nikki says:

    I work 45 hours a week. Mon-Tue-Thurs-Fri are 1O hour days and Wed is a 5 hour day. But if you know what I do then you know it’s not hard work most the time. I take a break when I want. I eat when I want. Teaching the little ones is fun for me and I hope for them. Potty training is frustrating. I’m pretty much just a full time mom to other peoples kids and get payed for it.

  6. joz1234 says:

    I use my teaching certificate 4 hours a week.
    I parent my boys (1 or both) 24/7
    I enjoy the parenting so much more. 😉

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