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1. Night Guard

1.1. As a Night Guard, you have to work in the night time and wait until morning. And most importantly, you get paid if you work all week.

1.2. Night Guard instrest me because I can go in night time shift either if it's at 10:00 p.m., 11:00 p.m., 12:00 a.m. or 1:00 a.m., it's the start of the time and either if it's at 5:00 a.m., 6:00 a.m., 7:00 a.m., or 8:00 a.m., that's the end of the time. The objective is to survive the night until morning or just go over the place to find out if evrything's ok or not.

1.3. This career is important because if you get sleepy, and you inside a place that had animatronics, then you are dead like totally dead. So try not to go to sleep or waste battery.

1.4. This job was created because one-in-four employed Canadians work shifts, and one-in-five is engaged in nighttime shift work, according to The Workers Health and Safety Federation of Ontario. Firefighters, flight attendants and factory workers are just some of the professionals who’re working the so-called dreaded “skeleton shifts” or “graveyard shifts”. Night shifts exist to save and protect lives, but also in response to the desire for a 24/7 access to services in our society.

1.5. Required Education you need to be a night guard is a High school diploma.


1.7. What agency: Exceptional Customer Service Skills; Excellent Communication Skills A Flexible Schedule; Ability to Work Nights and Weekends Willingness to Travel and Work at Various Sites A Valid State Required Security License (Valid MD Guard Card Holders) Successfully Complete A Criminal Background Check and Drug Screening Authorization to Work in the S. Must Have Reliable Transportation Weekend Availability Benefits: Medical, Dental and Vision for full timers after 90 days Extensive Training Programs Dedicated Region and Area Management staff to support you Career Growth Opportunites Company Paid Uniforms

1.8. How much money is pay: s $11.00-14.00 based on experience and position.

2. Fast Food

2.1. As a Fast Food worker, you have to work at a fast food place and make food to people that they want. You can work in the day time, night time, or both to get money.

2.2. Fast Food jobs interest me because it can help me with people that want it this and that etc and it can also help me by getting money.

2.3. This career is important because it can help you with frying food or make other stuff i.e making burgers, salads, or other foods.

2.4. This job was created because before, like in the 1940's there was no fast food restaurants from the past then in 1948, the McDonald brothers opened their redesigned restaurant and several fast-food chains that exist today opened soon after. Burger King and Taco Bell got their start in the 1950s, and Wendy's opened in 1969.

2.5. No college majors or educational programs could be found in our database for this career. This typically means that post-secondary education is not required for this type of job.

2.6. Job Title: Wendy's.

2.7. What agency: Wendy's has named WPP's VML its new creative agency without a review.

2.8. How much money does it pay: Crew Member $8.21 hourly Cashier $8.30 hourly Team Member $8.24 hourly

3. Game Creator

3.1. As a Game Creator, you have to create games (that make since) and publish it. You can also review your game and find out if you can continue it or not so you can get money.

3.2. A Game Creator interest me because I can make any game I can create but with my own characters and stage or maps either if it in a office, a Mario level, a Sonic the Hedgehog level, or any game I can think of and publish that game to either get money or no money and try again.

3.3. This career is important because you can make games with different characters, levels, special stages, etc. Also, if you make a game right, everyone is going to get the game and play with themselves, with friends or family.

3.4. This part of the job was important because video game designers often work as part of a team to create video games. They come up with the games' concepts, characters, setting, story, and game play. Designers must work with artists and programmers to create the scripting language and artistic vision for a game.

3.5. Game Developer Requirements. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in most cases a bachelor's degree is preferred for software engineer positions. Common majors include computer science, software engineering, mathematics or computer information systems.

3.6. What job is none the agency for being a game creator is Like their counterparts in Hollywood, agents in the game industry represent the "talent" - game developers - and negotiate publishing and distribution deals for their clients. ... The series this week begins with an introduction to game agents and an interview with Zombie's co-founder and co-CEO, Mark Long and how much money you are gonna get is Individuals in this industry earn $70,000-$90,000 annually. A Video Game Designer can get a salary between 40000 - 60000 based on tenure level. Video Game Designers will most likely earn an average compensation of Fifty Thousand Four Hundred dollars annually.