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I'll let you know once employers stop telling me they're not hiring on the same day they post applications online
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My first job was painting the metal beams over the kill floor of a large packing plant.
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My first job was painting the metal beams over the kill floor of a large packing plant.
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My first job was for a Minor League Baseball team. I don't even want to talk about the experience.

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Congratulations on your job and your excitement. As for me, my first legal, paying job was at McDonalds! This was back in 1998 or so. It was a blast and we (high school teenagers) had a lot of fun. I was fourteen and had begged my Mom to let me work. I worked on the weekends for eight hours each day, accumulating 32 hours a paycheck which wasn't too bad at a $7.00 rate for a high schooler. A lot of my friends were working more than that. They would work during the week as well. I worked on the line, making the food, on the grill, grilling up burgers, on the fry bin, frying up fries, salting them, the drive-thru, the lobby (cleaning) and the register. McDonalds was a great first job and I was lucky to be in a restaurant that had good management that wanted the restaurant to be clean and ran well - it taught me a lot.

I don't know what working for McDonalds is like today, but when I was there, it was fun and was full of high school students that wanted spending money, money for college and a car. They expected us to be responsible and forced us to accept responsibility, but my managers understood that we were high schoolers. I remember the day I left that job to head off for college out-of-state. I'll never forget it, LOL. My managers wished me the best.
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21 / F / The Flying Pussyf...
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Posted 4/29/15

GayAsianBoy wrote:


Arielgirl375 wrote:

my boss let me know everytime I worked that I was replaceable... ={


that's a form of abuse, imo. (unless it's a joke between you two)


if it was a joke, it wasn't funny...
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First job was bringing food to customers in a restaurant in a baseball stadium.
I liked it and I worked hard.
Enjoyed the fact I had my own money to buy things.

Didn't like when my boss chewed my ass out after I asked to leave after the first game of a double header.
(Double header = two baseball games in a row.)
It was the first time I had ever been told I was unreliable by someone.
(Despite the fact I got their early and did most of the jobs before the others arrived?)
I ended up leaving crying because I felt sick and like I had let her down.
Went to the ER and found out I had salmonella.

In the end when they asked if I would work the next summer I declined.
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Mine was Walmart working as a cashier and a sales associate (Did both at the same time). Nice employees, however a mixture of polite and rude customers. Wouldn't do it again tho.
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I did retail for a clothing company. Friends already worked there so it wasn't that bad because we're always socializing with each other (and the customers). The employee discounts were great. I remember unboxing new shipment and putting aside the cool stuff in my size for purchase later.
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Those were fond memories. I was helping out in the campus library. It taught me invaluable skills assisting other people, and I got to learn a lot working with books in about every subject.
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Never been employed. How do I even get a job when I am uneducated, non-driver living in suburbs, have zero social skills, and multiple disorders. Being even able to work aside, would anyone even hire someone like me?
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23 / M / Kaguya's Panties
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Posted 4/30/15
Dish pig, thought it'd be easy. I was wrong.
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20 / M / California
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First job at Levi's Outlet as a seasonal cashier.

Funny thing is, they hardly worked me. Like I understand if the floor associates hardly get worked, since there was plenty, but the fact that I hardly worked was a bit odd, considering it was during the holiday season, and only about 6 total cashiers (most that are full-time all work together giving little space for seasonal workers (only one other hired cashiers along me)).

And in that season of time, I made less in total than what I did on my first check for my second job. Both minimum wage.
Posted 4/30/15
Pizza delivery girlie at Papa Johns
and it may have been the best job in the world. ~
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