Claire Roskruge took the road less travelled into aged care nursing.
It wasn’t until Rachel Peddie saw first-hand how much her grandmother benefitted from a hearing aid that she decided to pursue audiology.
Nick Talaepa says contributing something positive to another person’s life makes it all count
Baby love Name: Bonnie Hunter Age: 29 Job: Midwife City/town: Christchurch What does your job entail? I am a lead maternity carer (LMC) midwife, working in the community. I am self-employed, with a caseload of women whom I look after throughout their pregnancies, births and until their babies are six weeks old. I care...
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Taryn Woodham graduated as a teacher more than 12 years ago, but life took her in other directions. It wasn’t until two years ago that she “came a full circle” and began working as a primary school teacher in Christchurch.
Avril Grant’s foodie career path started out in delicatessens. She got her “lucky break” when she landed a job with Ruth Pretty Catering and over the next 13 and a half years Ruth Pretty taught Avril everything she needed to know to be a chef.
Except for previous experience in the community, 28-year-old Leti Fatu had no formal qualifications when she began work as a caregiver at Te Hopai Home and Hospital in Wellington in 2004.