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My journey at the ministry of education has started since 2012, I have been promoted since that time to HR Specialist. All I can be thankful for is the job security and working hours, yet I seek for other opportunities and dream of getting the job that suits my qualifications and skills one day.
Ministry of education has several drawbacks. First. The consider all staff the same. Next,There is no job advancement because you are required to teach an imposed syllabus. Finally, some place in the ministry of education lack a good management.
I usually go 30 minute before the job time requirements and leave a bit later adding to that i tend not to take breaks during the working hours because I try my best to finish my work at school (mainly the corrections and administrative staff). The only time in which i tend to take the work back home is when there is something important or i am a bit late and I would need extra hours. I enjoy working in groups at times it reduces the amount of work load and adds creative to the outcomes. The best part of my job is that there is always something new to learn either educationally or socially. However, the hardest part of my job is that even thou i try my best not to get the work home still the lesson planning does take place at home mostly which gives me a feeling that its endless at times.
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