That Line for “Occupation” on Forms

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After nearly a year with my kids at home, I am trying to re-enroll my 3-year-old in preschool. I worked on the application this morning and paused when I got to the line for “occupation.”

I began a new job less than a month ago. Not only that, but I completely changed careers. I had to…

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Storyteller + Content Marketer + Journalist. Card-carrying member of #5amwritersclub • https://annabyang.start.page/

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