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My Job Is Harder

Why do many people THINK one job is better or harder than another job? What happen to every job is has it's value and worth?

I don't hear Leftists worried about housekeepers or janitors? They make very little and work HARDER than most jobs.

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NurseRobert: I learned as a nurse is to befriend people in those departments. They will bail you out every time..//

AMEN! I was personally bailed out by a Janitor

As you said, EVERYONE's Jobs in the hospital plays an IMPORTANT role in caring for our patients.

If the EMS doesn't clean the room properly they can make the next Patient sick not to mention Medical team.

Dietary helps our Patients to get stronger. So we don't have to provide nutrients through venous routes which you and I know it leads to possible infections that can kill patients.

Maintenance and Supply makes our advance technology possible.

As you know there are 3 things that makes Patients Happy: Pain free, Food and an Operational TV
---Nicole_Lacey on 6/16/18


But, I have heard of the word 'Whipped' all my life.
---Nicole_Lacey on 6/9/18

So have I. I use the term myself.

There are NO unimportant jobs. I work as a nursing supervisor (and, BTW, I also teach Nursing Students). My facility could not function without housekeeping, dietary workers, people who work in the laundry (THAT is a nasty job!).

One of the first things I learned as a nurse is to befriend people in those departments. They will bail you out every time..
---NurseRobert on 6/15/18


StrongAxe: Thank you. FINALLY an answer. "dead tired" is a common idiom "whipped" is not.//

I am SORRY if I offended you.

But, I have heard of the word 'Whipped' all my life.

Just because you have never heard of it doesn't mean it isn't commonly used.

Since you google everything I thought you would have googled that word before asking me.

Maybe the South uses that word and not the North.

Just as if you order tea in the South you would get ice tea.

But if you order tea in the North you will get hot tea.

I am SORRY, I should have NOT presumed you were getting smart with me.

I really thought you heard of the word 'whipped' after people worked hard.
---Nicole_Lacey on 6/9/18


Nicole_Lacey:

You wrote: SEE WHAT I MEAN ABOUT LEFTIES?! You all LOVE to play with words.

You used words. Words have meanings. Semantics are important. If we don't agree on what words mean, we can't have a discussion.

I asked you what you meant, and instead of just answering, you accuse me of playing word games.

You know exactly what I mean!

No, I don't. That's why I asked you.

Physically whipped in contrast from being mentally whipped.

Thank you. FINALLY an answer. "dead tired" is a common idiom "whipped" is not.
---StrongAxe on 6/8/18


StrongAxe: For the second time, what does whipping (i.e. physical torture) have to do with teaching nursing?//

SEE WHAT I MEAN ABOUT LEFTIES?!

You all LOVE to play with words.

You all are the KING of semantics.

Abortion is actually killing a baby, but you call it 'terminating a pregnancy'.

Informant instead of a Spy.

Embezzler instead of a Thief.

On and on!

You know exactly what I mean!

When some one says they are 'dead tired' do you think they mean they are DEAD?

Or dog tired they believe they are a dog besides being overworked?

Physically whipped in contrast from being mentally whipped.

You are not stupid so PLEASE that acting as if you are confused. PLEASE
---Nicole_Lacey on 6/8/18




Nicole_Lacey:

You wrote: Usually that's were the PHYSICALLY whipped or those with disability can go into the teaching arena.

I wrote: And what's that about being physically whipped? Who does that? That can't possibly be legal anywhere.

You wrote: Nurses are allowed to teach students wanting to be a nurse.

For the second time, what does whipping (i.e. physical torture) have to do with teaching nursing?
---StrongAxe on 6/7/18


Samuel: Leftist do care. That is why many want to raise the minimum wage.//

Yes, you want everyone out of a job as you all did in Seattle.

//In a true dialogue. We should refer to more those in the middle then to the ones who are extremist. On any side.//

As Trump is in the middle.

But anyone who is a Democrat who supports abortion is a extremist.

People like to say they are in the middle but make excuses for supporting Democrats that wants abortion legal.

You CAN'T get more extreme than killing a baby.

//Love GOD love others.//

Including unborn babies.

//Follow Jesus. WWJD//

Vote Republican to PROTECT HIS BABIES.
---Nicole_Lacey on 6/7/18


Actually Leftist do care. That is why many want to raise the minimum wage.

Now I want to make a special point. Leftist is too big a generalization. Just as conservative is.

There are crazy far left and right people. They often yell the loudest so people confuse them with those closer to the middle.

I like the Middle. But I often get shot at from two sides.

In a true dialogue. We should refer to more those in the middle then to the ones who are extremist. On any side.

Love GOD love others. Follow Jesus. WWJD
---Samuelbb7 on 6/7/18


StrongAxe: And what's that about being physically whipped? Who does that? That can't possibly be legal anywhere.//

Nurses are allowed to teach students wanting to be a nurse.

I am allowed to teach students wanting to be LPNs or CNAs since I have an 2 year degree.

Nursing programs only.

Many Nurses who have retired or have disabilities enter the teaching realm.

Call any nursing program, or look at any nursing programs online looking for teachers.

It's legal.

Think about it?

Only Nurses can teach other people wanting to be nurses.
---Nicole_Lacey on 6/7/18


Nicole_Lacey:

Licening is IRRELEVANT to whether people are paid for work they do.

Computers can grade multiple-choice tests where answers can be coded on computer-readable forms, but they're totally inadequate in subjects that require more complicated answers, e.g. Math where you have to give a proof, Chemistry where you have to draw chemicals, English where you have to write a report, or Computer Science where you have to write a program. Those kinds of exams have to be graded by hand, and that can be quite time-consuming.

And what's that about being physically whipped? Who does that? That can't possibly be legal anywhere.
---StrongAxe on 6/3/18




StrongAxe, fast one about your friend. I bet your friend wasn't licensed to teach.

I went to a community college and found out you don't have to be a teacher to teach at the colleges.

Even Nurses teaches the nursing school.

I FORGOT, the Nurses said they find it EASIER than WORKING in the Nursing field.

Usually that's were the PHYSICALLY whipped or those with disability can go into the teaching arena.

As for computers all you need is a certificate in computer science. Too many in the field allowed the Colleges to pay less.

BTW, the computer is capable of grading the students themselves. That's why in 1994 the Nursing Broad with to computers to grade our test. Saving millions in not paying Personnel
---Nicole_Lacey on 6/3/18


StrongAxe: Housekeepers and janitors work on the clock. They don't take their work home with them.//

Yup, because they don't have that Luxury as well!

You act as if Teacher CAN'T stay at work to grade papers.

I remember as kids we were allowed to be Teacher's aides and grade papers. Child labor without pay. But I didn't care either.

//Teachers are REQUIRED BY THEIR JOBS to do much work off the clock ON THEIR OWN TIME for which THEY ARE NOT PAID.//

No clock! Teachers BEGGED to take their work home. They were granted that privileged.

That's like saying Teachers are required to have health insurance. Instead of saying they are BLESSED to have health insurance. Don't we all wish to be that blessed?
---Nicole_Lacey on 6/2/18


Nicole_Lacey:

Housekeepers and janitors work on the clock. They don't take their work home with them.

Teachers are REQUIRED BY THEIR JOBS to do much work off the clock ON THEIR OWN TIME for which THEY ARE NOT PAID. Nurses, janitors, and housekeepers don't.

I had a friend who taught a computer course at a community college. When he calculated how much time he was required to put in, including not only lecture time, but also lesson preparation, grading assignments, creating tests, grading tests, etc., he was netting a per hour rate substantially below minimum wage, so he quit that job. He would have made MUCH more by flipping burgers at McDonald's.

I know about VRE. I had that when I was in the hospital 3 years ago.
---StrongAxe on 6/2/18


So StrongAxe, no tears for Housekeepers or Janitors?

Janitors are just as important as the Teachers.

You wouldn't want kids using nasty commodes would you?

They can get VRE in the urine requiring hospitalization for IV antibiotics.

VRE is so nasty it can kill them.

Every job is important.

Both of them work in the School system
---Nicole_Lacey on 6/2/18


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