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I was 6 years old when my dad put me to work in the restaurant business. He owned Terri Lynn's BBQ and Deli in Little Rock AR. I worked there until I was 16 and could finally drive where I went to work for my friend whom I will not name for privacy reasons and then I quit after a few arguments. And I called him a Jackass after he had let me use his shop to rebuild my car after the engine blew on me. Long story short we still never talk sometimes! #shareyourstory
KEEP SCROLLING!! THEY WORK YOU TO DEATH & PLAY WITH YOUR MONEY. I DROVE 2 HOUR'S ONE WAY, WAS PROMISED A CERTAIN SALARY & NEVER MADE A DIME OVER 300 LESS THAN I WAS PROMISED. I WAS A BRANCH MANAGER TRYING TO FIX THE PROBLEMS CREATED LONG BEFORE I CAME, SOENT 60+ HOUR'S A WEEK AT THAT LOT & STILL GOT SPOKE TO LIKE I DID NOTHING. DO NOT WORK FOR THIS COMPANY! #advice #jobsearch #shareyourstory
I was 14 years old and I worked as a junior stable hand at a horse farm down the road! It was tough work but I loved being around the animals and learning the ropes of the farm.
How old were you when you got YOUR first job??
As 2021 comes to a close, I've been doing a lot of reflecting on the crazy year we've had! Sure, there have been some obstacles and challenges, but there have also been some wonderful moments as well.
- I got to visit the RMNP and complete a beautiful hike in the breathtaking Rocky Mountains ⛰
- The Jobcase Community fam has grown (Hi @Michael Frash + @Yiming Shuang!!) ♥️
- I was able to save and trade in my car for a used SUV so that I could have more adventures with my dogs. 🐶 🐶
What are some of YOUR proudest/happiest moments of 2021? Share with us in the comments.
It's almost Halloween, which means 'tis the season for spooky stories! 👻 💀 🎃 Do you have an interview horror story??
Share your story in the comments below!
#watercooler #interviewhorrorstories #shareyourstory #interview
I had to work 24 hours straight at a restaurant that never closed because other employees called out on their shifts and the manager was out of town.
I worked straight 48hrs. I bought groceries 288 dollars for the group homes because no funds was on the card. D and s on Westgate refused to pay me. So do not fill bad you have people like that. Try to take advantage of you. What goes around will come back. This is a true statement. God is still good.
Have you ever been afraid to quit, but then it turned out to be the BEST thing for your life? #ShareYourStory
Have you ever been afraid to quit and change jobs - but it turned out to be the BEST thing ever? #ShareYourStory
I'm not live my job to protect the world and our people and community, I'm still fighting to reduce 100% to 0% This Coronavirus and to protect the world with the world Leaders
On April 1st, I swapped out my boss's kids' pictures for my own kids, removed some of his technical books, replaced them with self-help books & the life & times of Dolly Parton. He had the actual football helmet of some legendary player on a shelf: I replaced it with a football helmet ice cream "bowl" from DQ. He had a nice replica of a Progressive Insurance car on his shelf. I replaced it was one that was broken. My coworker & I copied GEICO's gecko & pasted on the paper in his printer. (We fessed up bf he printed anything.)
We put so many pencils in his pencil holder that they all came out when he took one. We taped down the button on his phone so it would keep ringing when he picked it up.
He loved every bit of it & told other managers about it that day.