Most of my job allowed me to work from home. I was in charge of creating marketing material, updating the websites, fixing photographic errors, among a few other things.
I usually had my tasks given to me ahead of schedule with an appropriate deadline down the way. My projects were done in order of importance and which were due soonest.
I did learn how to manage multiple online databases, along with how to work in Joomala. I learned how to deal with indecisive project goals and unclear ideas in order to produce a satisfactory product.
Being that it was the talent industry, some of my coworkers were unskilled in their areas but were cute enough to let it slide. That was one of the most difficult things to deal with, especially when my work depended on theirs.
It wasn't all bad. There were social gatherings and I was even chosen to work on a few sets as an extra in a movie or commercial.