Have you ever stopped and wondered what's involved with the jobs that your fellow human beings carry out on an everyday basis?
I do - all the time.
And although I thoroughly enjoy my current occupation as a reporter, I reckon it's about time I got out there, found out what others do, and perhaps give a few different jobs a crack.
After all, variety is the spice of life.
In a new series kicking off shortly, I plan to spend a day shadowing and observing people as they carry out their everyday duties.
If you're willing to let me try a thing or two, I wouldn't object to that either.
We are on the hunt for people who would like to take part and share their occupations with the province.
It could involve hard work, creative work, work that is perhaps a bit different, or jobs that are as normal or mundane as they come.
If you are interested, or have any ideas, please email email@example.com.
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