Interviews on jobs - a secretary

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May I ask you a few questions?

Well, I don't really have an awful lot of time, but . . . OK.
What do you do for a living?
I'm a secretary at Mayflower Incorporated, just around the corner.
So, you're a secretary. What do you like about your job?
What do I like about my job? That's a good question. Well, thinking about it, I guess I like just about everything. My boss is very nice, the other people working in the office are very friendly and willing to help. I get to meet a lot of people every day. I would say that most of the work I have to do is interesting, there's none of that boring stuff I always thought a secretary had to do. You know, I don't just type letters, make telephone calls, arrange appointments.
I guess you have found your dream job, something that most people look for all their lives. Isn't there anything about your job that you don't like? There must be at least one thing that you dislike.
Well, there is one thing I don't like too much. It's when I have to work overtime two or three times a week. But that doesn't happen too often. And sometimes I have difficulties getting to the office on time, especially in winter.
What do you like to do when you are not working?
When I'm not working?
Well, I listen to pop music, go to the cinema - no horror films, play tennis or go horseback riding. I guess I do most of the things that other twenty-year-olds do.