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Thread: So how many of you work full time?

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    I work from home full time doing computer stuff. The schedule is flexible fortunately, so I can work around the SCI stuff, particularly nerve pain flare-ups.

    This is one of those situations, though, where I need to say I can totally understand why some people find it impossible to hold down a full time job with SCI. All SCI injuries are unique, etc. The chronic pain is the real killer. If my nerve pain was worse or I suffered back pain like some other people here at CC do, I wouldn't be able to work.

  2. #22
    Full time here! Rotating 12 hr shifts. Start back tomorrow night at 6pm.

    I do love my job though.
    "Its not about being right. It's about getting it right."
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    Not full-time, but I do work 30 hours a week and am a full time mom afterwards, plus I just got done directing a play.

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    I work full time plus my non-paid (Mayor's commission, peer mentor, etc) work makes it full time plus.

    I'm a Realtor so I have some flexibility in my schedule and I do a portion of my work from home. But it's 7 days a week and long hours some days.

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    I work double full time - don't get rich though.

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    I'm working at a construction site (in a site trailer) at least 3 days a week just to get out of the house. Before my injury I worked out in the field, which I loved, but now I'm doing administrative work. When I'm not doing that, I've got a bunch of other personal projects going on that pretty much occupies the rest of my time.

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    Thanks for the info guys!

    That makes me feel better, she made it sound like we were useless!
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    Always. In fact, got last years employee of the year in my division, in no small part because I come in and act right no matter how I feel.

    I just say "ow" alot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavemuscle View Post
    Always. In fact, got last years employee of the year in my division, in no small part because I come in and act right no matter how I feel.

    I just say "ow" alot.

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    Yah thats the main thing I do, I hear other employees saying, ow my back hurts from sitting all day and in my head Im like LOL REALLY? Get up and walk around you turd.
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    I've worked full-time for 32 years. Right now I'm working as a sysadmin/dba for the Ports Authority in Charleston, SC

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