Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Working in a hospital

There are a few "particularities" about working in a hospital.
- when you're not feeling well, there's no way of hiding it
- you can wear your comfy Birkenstocks to work, and no one will find this "weird"
- you encounter people in their pyjamas while walking to your office
- you're not stressed about when to start your maternity leave. If anything should happen, you're in the right place.
- there's a newspaper + candy shop at work
- there are about 5 buslines stopping just in front
- at the end of the hallway, there's a room where you can go and watch tv
- sometimes you have to wait more than 5 minutes to catch an elevator
- when you're not wearing a uniform, people have no clue what you do
- you can have a three-course meal for 2.80 Euro
- And last but not least: there's a chapel (should you feel there's nothing left to do but pray)

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