So I'm an electrician The one main thing I enjoy about my profession is the varied places you can end up working Over the years its been factories, hospitals, schools, army bases The only place I have ever turned down work is an animal research place Four jobs that stand out to me I spent six months on the athletes village for the 2012 Olympics Biggest job I will ever work on During the actual Olympics there was a mess up with security so the army was crafted in. They where billeted in a dissused shopping centre in east London. I was in charge of getting all there power up and running. They slept in the car park. Row upon row of cots. What was cool was each floor was occupied by a different regiment and each regiment had totally different attitudes. A crematorium. An eye opening experience. I got to see the bodies burn and twist up in the heat. One guy who worked there had a pretty morbid job. Once the cook had finished he inserts a large rod inside and breaks up the ashes. He then empties it into a bucket and then has to pull out the artificial body parts for recycling. The hardest part was when they brought a babies coffin in. I have buried a daughter so wasn't fun for me. A hospital. I spent nine months replacing every emergency light in a hospital. I was desensitised so the morgue didn't bother me. The one that was hardest was the dying rooms. When working in the main wards they had side rooms. These side rooms are the last room you will ever see. When your booked in and there is a weeping family spending there last few hours with a loved one and you have to interrupt them to take a light down can take away a bit of your soul. What balanced it out was when you worked in one of those rooms and the person was alone. Some of the greatest conversations of my life have been the half hours I spent in those rooms chatting to lonely people facing death alone. When you go to work the next day and you see the person has died since you spoke to them. So anyway. Tell me some of the interesting places you have worked.