I'm a new worker and I don't see what's wrong with finding a job where you feel rewarded and people respect you and you have purpose. So why would you have to stick it out in a job that's not best for you?
I got him a job at Target a few months ago. It was a store that i used to work at and I told one of the managers that I was cool with that my little brother needed job and she looked out. My brother just turned 19 and he only had his job for 4 months. He got fired for leaving early and not showing up too many...
I work night shifts and I am afraid to get fired but I feel like I need to take absence. I have been suffering with insomnia these past couple of nights and I am only 18. I've been feeling horrific and my mom will not listen to me she will just argue and argue and argue. Last night at work I was feeling dizzy...
BQ: Do you still get Monday blues?
I've worked at my job for 2 months and haven't missed a shift, I thought it would be okay since im feeling a little burnt out to take a day off just to de-stress myself.
Do you find this acceptable? Im not someone who would take many days off.. you get 10 to use in the year so I thought it'd be okay to...
Hi, I am a 17 year old who is looking to apply at a movie theatre near me. My previous job I technically got fired from for not showing up. I actually stopped showing up because despite being listed as part time, I was being worked 6 days a week through rush hour at a food place, and did not have nearly enough free...
They aren’t even healthcare workers. Plus, it’s embarrassing to be an MA and get paid like crap.
I am working on a challenging project that will only succeed if everyone gives it their best. I believe my future career will be judged on the success or failure of this job. I know i can give it my all, however, i am not alone on the job. Another employee in my team is working on it who is a slacker. In the past,...
You have to start somewhere, somehow. I have been a janitor and I have been a vice president.
She said I was coming at her and the two job interviewers with anxiety. I got sad and calmed down, but does that mean I didn't get the job? its me and 4 other people.
Im smart and with sense, but it seemed like that was ignored because I was anxious giving it.
The two other interviewers seemed okay.
rnaybe theyre jealous
If food is where her experience and/or education lies, then she should not expect to get a job anywhere else. But if she keeps trying, eventually, she will likely be able to find a full time job in "food" and then she can quit the two part-time jobs.
Does this sound doable?
Well, this small town in northern michigan that I live in, has nothing going for it. The jobs are low paying, dead ends and etc.
The job that I work for now is offering a job in Chicago that pays $650 per week delivering car parts from a warehouse to different auto shops. I'm doing...
Not lame as long as you're satisfied with your decision.
Many people do not end up working in a career path that is directly related to their degree.
Yes, you have a good chance at the internship.
Relax, you've done your best and it is out of your hands.
Good Luck on landing the job.