Sydelle Pulaski is 50 years old. She has no children. She is also not married. Sydelle used to live
with her widowed mother and two aunts. She is taking her first vacation in 25 years. She uses crutches
even if she doesn't need them. She also paints them to match her outfits. She was a secretary to the President
to Schultz Sausages.
Secretarial positions are increasing at a very slow pace due to the advancement of technology. Many people come and go in this field; therefore, providing some opportunities for those interested in this career. During the year 2000, secretaries and office assistants "held about 3.9 million jobs …, ranking among the largest occupations in the U.S. economy." (http://stats.bls.gov/oco/ocos151.htm) Secretaries earn anywhere from $17,474 to $50,970 per year. Salaries are typically based on education and experience.
Anyone with a high school diploma that possesses secretarial skills can apply for various positions within this field. Most offices, however, now prefer some sort of courses taken at business schools, vocational type schools, and community colleges. Through this type of additional education, those entering this field can specialize in a specific type of secretarial field. Those specialties can include administrative assistant, executive secretary, bookkeeper, accounting clerk, auditing clerk, receptionist, court reporter, human resources assistants, payroll clerk, paralegals, legal assistant, medical assistant, and labor relations manager.
Sydelle specifically worked for a sausage company. Below is information about sausage.
Tons of different types of sausages have created over the years. Even back in the times of ancient Greece and the Roman Empire, sausages were a part of the everyday diet. The word sausage actually comes "from the Latin word, 'salsicius' meaning 'prepared by salting.'" (www.bangers.co.uk)
People all over the world enjoy sausage today. There are many varieties of sausage, probably the most popular in today's health conscious world, the lean sausage. Sausages come flavored now as well. Some varities include items such as sage, caraway, coriander, marjoram, pimento, thyme, and saffron.
Some interesting sausage facts follow:
The largest sausage known is 13 miles long. Sausage can come from "goat, deer, kangaroo, whale,
pheasant, salmon, and kipper." (www.bangers.co.uk)
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