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Picking what job you want to work at is a big step in becoming an adult When the time comes to decide there are a lot of decisions you have to go through in your head to see what you would like to do or what fits you best Throughout the years Ive had multiple different jobs The year I turned sixteen I went out and got my very first job as a lifeguard at my hometowns public pool The next year I decided to leave my lifeguard job and try something new so I got a position as a secretary for an air condition company There is a major difference is the two jobs The responsibility the physical work and the amount of extra time you put into the jobThere are tons of responsibilities that a lifeguard has to deal with The fact that peoples lives are in your own hands is enough responsibility itself To be a lifeguard you have to go through weeks of training and courses for medical aid and saving drowning victims There are times when you have to remember so many steps in which to give mouth to mouth or which whistle beep combination you have to blow when a different accident happens However with being a secretary I didnt have near as many responsibilities as I did when I was a lifeguard As a secretary I worked all day in an office and rarely went to run errands for my boss The only responsibility I had was to keep up with the work my boss had for me which was filing cleaning up or running errands As for the physical aspect of both the jobs the lifeguarding position was definitely more intense than anything Ive ever done or worked at before Being a lifeguard is a very physical demanding job Every Friday we would have something called inservice which is a day dedicated to training and
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