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At this particular job I was very talkative...because it wasn't a multi-tasking job like some other ones I've had, where it was go, go, go...no time to waste...everything was basically deemed URGENT. At the agency,they set the pace. It was important to get things done efficiently, but more important for it to be ACCURATE. They wanted both quality and accuracy and ensured I was given enough time for both. There was no sacrificing one for the other.
Being in this job allowed me time to socialize with the person across from me...I actually had talked too much --- one manager suggested putting up partitions around me (cubicle). I don't know if it was a joke or not...half-serious.
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