Within my past jobs, I've grown and gotten better from within learning from each job. Within all the jobs that I've had so far, I mentally and physically tried my best at it and tried to show my employers and co-workers that that was the case. I've learned from past job experiences that it's a responsibility, therefore to be appropriate and responsible. The hardest part about the jobs that I've had is worrying about whether if I would offend any of my co-workers or employees by making a mistake or simply just not doing a certain job task good enough even though that haven't been the case and I'll continue to try my best to make sure that's never the case. The most enjoyable part about my experience in working is all of the feedback I've gotten from employers and even co-workers about how good of a worker I was. I consider that the most enjoyable part of working at the jobs that I've had also was the good feedback I've gotten from my employers and co-workers because it was proof of how good I can be with those specific jobs without my past co-workers and employers having to be inquired to say so.