Working At Marshall 's As A Freshman

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While working at Marshall’s as a freshman in college, I happened to assist a nice lady (Mrs. R) who I casually conversed with as I checked her out at the front registers. She found out that I was a CNA from our conversation and she informed me that she owned her own Homecare company. Mrs. R handed me her business card before she left and I ended up giving her a call. A few weeks later, I received a job offer from her and was scheduled for an interview. Even though I was a bit inexperienced, Mrs. R saw great potential in me and I was beyond appreciative for her judgment. Fasting forward three years later, I am still employed with Mrs. R’s company. I have also worked for multiple Homecare companies. My duties as a CNA consists of assisting…show more content…
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