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It was a once in every ten year opportunity to benefit the Community, State, and Country while meeting people in my local area and earning a little extra money for my time. I enjoyed meeting and talking to the nice people I met while trying to complete the census surveys.
Fascinating job interacting with world leaders
I am always proud of the work I do as I am always aiming to be productive. I took over the U-Haul UBox Warehouse in Canton that had 79 UBoxes in dire need of repair. In just a few weeks I was able to completely repair 94% of the boxes.
#unemployment #appeals so just thought id share'im 27 years old i have worked 95% of my adult life titles from senior chef'sou chef'to retail in automotive,convienent stores,exp as a ups package handler,shipping and recieving'i applied for uei back in 3/20/20 & i only did so because human resources instructed me to do so when applying for emrgncy foodstamps'so i got approved got my acct # projectedmaximum amnt i was rewarded as well as my weekly benefit amt'i certify for that initial week n that was the end of that story'never recieved payment nor any type of explanation'finally about a month later i get a letter of determination n im denied for invalid proof of address mind you this is after was approved'resend doc again with appeal letter'my case has been in appeals since 7/01/20'ive became homeless'lost my car and my situation and ability jus to provide basic essentials for everyday living dier' its beem almost a year guys'i get weak n lightheaded jus thinkin about it # #u unempl #ridesharedriver
My job was working with employees and customers, working with computers and the phone, working g or Monday thru Friday. The job was interesting and I was helpful to other employees and customers 😐 😑 The benefits and salary were nice.
Working at Department of Agriculture was a great experience. What made me stay was learning so much about food and its dangers as far as cooking temperature , how long food can stay out of refridgeration, food pyramid and visiting slaughter houses and farms with inspectors. But most importantly it was the people and management. I worked for 2 agencies while at USDA under Secretary Vilsack and Perdue. Both instilled the culture of having management showing support, awarding employees and lots of training such as diversity, LGBQT and others which increased morale. They did an outstanding job.
The work was demanding and challenging.
I needed to finish to get a retirement for me and my sons.
It was close to home, and the guys treated me well. The guys even put bags of sand in my trunk when it snowed. In return, I accepted by taking care of their travel, training, payroll, and anything else that I could do to take care of them. They appreciated me, and I appreciated them.