Barack Obama is a lawyer by profession. He is currently the President of the United States of America.
He worked for a grocery store. Now you know:pHe worked for a grocery store
He has said that his very first job was while he was in High School in Honolulu-- he worked at a Baskin-Robbins ice cream shop.
This is really easy to answer one of Barack Obamas challenges in life was that he had to bacome president! It must have been really hard for him to become president plus the stress in thinking if he won or not. He also has to give a lot of speeches in front of people and make changes. I think he has a really hard job but thats just my opinion.
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Unite states senator from Illinois.
She was a sociologist.
President O'Bama was the Senator of Illonois before being Elected President.
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After graduating, Barack Obama wanted to work in community organization, but couldn't find a job. Then he accepted a job at a big fancy corporation in Manhattan. What did Barack see the wasn't good about this job?
Because he's the president?
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Barack Obama was a progammerAnd He Was Also A Illinois State Senate.
There is no evidence that Barack Obama had a nose job. However, his facial features do reflect the fact that he is biracial, having an African father and a white mother.
His job just before he became president was as US Senator from Illinois.
Barack Obama IS president of the US and is doing a very great job.
He is the president of the United States of America.
Obviously not; he has a degree, a family, a job and a house.
I am not aware that he ever lost a job.
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He worked as a "community organizer". It might be argued that that was a political position even it did not make him a politician.
Barack Obama was a US senator from the state of Illinois, serving in our nation's capitol, Washington, DC.
Learn English then ask again. Have a nice day.
He worked as a community organizer and as an advocate for the poor.
He was a U.S. Senator from the state of Illinois.