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Last Updated: Monday, 30 May, 2005, 21:30 GMT 22:30 UK
My life@work: James Cass
Go on, admit it: you're thinking of changing job.

James Cass, fundraiser for environmental research centre CAT

Plenty of people are: something like one-quarter of British workers are thinking of taking the plunge this year alone.

So as a service to readers, BBC News is planning to profile people at work in a vast range of careers, letting them show in their own words and pictures just what their job entails.

Not all the jobs will be fabulously glamorous - some may be downright dowdy. But the intention is to give a first-hand impression of what they're like.

To see the latest profile, just click on the link under the picture.

And if you'd like your job to be featured later on in the series, keep reading.


HOW TO TAKE PART
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Or e-mail pics and text to us at newsonline.business-postings@bbc.co.uk
Don't forget to include your name and contact details
If you want more information, please contact us at the above e-mail address.
So just what do you do all day? Whether you're a vulcanologist, a vet or a viola player, we want to hear from you.

We're looking for people to give us the inside scoop on what their working lives are all about. Get in touch, and we will help you put together a photo diary of a typical day

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