You should say:
– what it was
– how long he or she had this job
– how he or she got the job
– and whether you would like to have this job
 

Model Answer 

Since I don’t exactly understand what my grandfather did as a job, I will tell you about my grandmother’s career. As it was uncommon for a woman to have a university degree and their own career other than being a stay at home mom (mother who doesn’t work; stays at home to care for the house),  I really looked up to her (admired) for this my entire life. She always motivated me to be a strong, independent woman. Now, let me give you more details.

She was a Registered Nurse, mostly focused on caring for the mentally ill. I really admired her for her career choice, as her brother committed suicide when she was young. Because of this, she wanted to provide help to those suffering from mental illnesses.  She studied at a famed university in Washington, DC and directly after got a job at a hospital nearby. As she was at the top of her class, she was an extremely attractive candidate for any position, so she got the one she most sought after (desired). I know that she greatly cared for her patients there, as my father used to tell me stories about how she would even invite her patients over to have dinner with their family sometimes! Apart from working as a full-time nurse, she also tended to (took care of) her home and four children. She had this job from her post university years all the way to her retirement at age 65. All in all, I admire her for having a lot on her plate (having a lot to do) but still taking the time to take good care of her husband and children, while still taking the extra mile (doing more than expected of her) to make her patients feel part of her family, as well.

Although I do believe that nursing is a fulfilling career, I wouldn’t want it for myself. For one, I cringe (movement in disgust) at the sight of blood. Moreover, mathematics and the sciences aren’t my strong point, so I don’t believe I would be a good candidate for this vocation. At the same time, I certainly respect others in this field. To sum it up, my grandmother was a woman ahead of her time (a modern, forward woman)!

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