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I got a Job!!!

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,578
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:22 AM in Good News
I got a new job and I am so excited. I am currently working as a CNA at a nursing home. When I started two months ago, I never realized how hard it would be on me physically. Well two weeks ago I went to my spine specialist to try ESI again in my neck. One of the workers there while waiting to go in was asking me about my schooling (eventually going for nursing, hope to be accepted into the program by next year)and about my current job. He then stated that I should apply there at their office for a job as a medical assistant(MA). So last week I went back for a post ESI check up and filled out an application. I went for an interview thursday, but didnt think it went that well, especial b/c I am not a MA, and that I wasnt going to get the job. Well I opened up my email and I read that I got the job. I am very excited and cant wait to start. I was told that everyone at the office really likes me, other wise I wouldnt have gotten the job(they want everyone to be able to get along). This will physically be much easier and add to my learning experience.


  • This is very exciting and I truly hope that you love your new job!!!!!!!!!!! =D>
  • And what a relief to be working somewhere that they may actually understand and believe your pain! That is awesome!
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  • Congratulations..... <:P <br />
    I was a CNA at one time working in the SCU with 21 patients to care for on midnight shift & I can testify to the fact that CNA'a work very hard.I don't think it would be a good job for someone with your medical conditions..IMO.So glad that you found something that will take less of a toll on your neck and spine.

    Good luck to you,I hope you like your new job~ :H
  • I take this as a sign that you are really enjoying your new job.. :H
  • amoola- wow, what a great coincidence. Getting an ESI leads to a good job..Great..Well, if you ever need another injection, you may get a great employee discount or maybe free? ....take care.. =D> jade
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