Before I graduated in highschool, I used to work on field. I gathered some data about the residences existed in our area in order to know the population, so before we manually calculated it by using the sheets that have been filled up by each household that I've visited. After my highschool years, when I started to study in college, I worked as a student assistant at the College of Teacher Education Department, where I scheduled some appointments, prepare facilities and documents needed for the meeting. Other than that, I also answered complaints for both teachers and students. Likewise, there are lots of things I learned while having my work there and I'm thankful with my department head for accepting me despite how I was unexperienced in handling machineries/equipments before. After a year and a half, I stopped as a student assistant and started to work as an ESL teacher for about 6 months. All I did was to teach both kids and adults, well to be honest, I like kids more, since they were so cute when they followed, and listened to me, they were also the ones who made my day complete. Even though, I got some problems at home. Anyways, let's not take it any longer. Last but not the least, the moment I graduated, I applied as an accounting staff which was related with my course, and worked there for about two years. It helped me to be knowledgeable, and think more about solutions in every problem that I'm facing. I learned how to compute taxes, submit reports, monitor the employee benefits, enroll newlyhired employess to the system, do payrolls, and somehow still answering emails, and calls to both clients, and employees either its a concern nor complain, it's fine since I want also to explain everything, and make them understand about the situation and find ways to look for an answer. Therefore, I think that's all? By the way, even if other's are not or will not, always remember to be honest.