I don't think I ever told you guys about my new job! I started at the very end of October right when all the house craziness really hit.
I'm a marketing rep (ahem, "community liaison") for a wound care center in town. I travel in a 45 mile radius trying to talk physicians into sending patients to our practice, and I volunteer at area senior centers to have a friendly presence among our biggest demographic.
I have my bachelor's in Public Relations, so I'm actually doing what I went to school for! Which is weird, doing the stuff I read about in my textbooks. I'm the first marketing person my wound care center has ever had, so I have to be really creative and fill up my time. Which is sometimes easeir said than done. Since I'm the only marketing person, I work by myself pretty much all the time. Which is nice, because I don't have to collaborate, but it kind of sucks, because I can't collaborate.
It's kind of my first "grown up" job. I'm meeting tons of people and I think this is going to be a great thing to add to my resume.
Are you working in the field you went to school for/intended to work in? Have you ever started a new job in the midst of a major house renovation?