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Your first job?

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Wink ONE, Apr 3, 2003.

  1. Wink ONE

    Wink ONE 12oz Junior Member

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    Your first job?

    Discussion started by Wink ONE - Apr 3, 2003

    After sitting around and listening to my mother bitch and moan about me beeing a lethargic bum, I've decided to start looking for a job. I was thinking of the usual first job (McDonalds), but I can't stand the retards who already work there. Checked the newspaper, and almost everything "Needed Experiance" of a year or more, screw experiance. I wouldn't really be getting a job if I didn't need to support the function of a cell phone and such, plus extra money is always a good thing. I came to 12oz for other ideas for a first occupation




    So, what was your first job?
     
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  2. KING BLING

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    KING BLING - Replied Apr 3, 2003

    My first 4 jobs were food service, my first was a fast food mexican place. I also ended up getting fired within 2 months from my first 4, than got a job in a non-food place and worked there for 3 years. You gotta pay your dues but check out janitor type jobs or corner stores.
     
  3. swif1

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    swif1 - Replied Apr 3, 2003

    i worked at Cici's pizza for my first job.
     
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  4. --zeSto--

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    --zeSto-- - Replied Apr 3, 2003

    soccer referee.

    it paid 8 bucks a game.
    I was only like 12 so that was big money.
     
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  5. Missinterpreted

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    Missinterpreted - Replied Apr 3, 2003

    my first job i worked at Boudins Bakery at the mall. i had a huge crush on some corny mother fucker who worked there. i hated that place. one day i came to work all fucked up after a night of coke and speed. i went bizzirk and flipped out on everyone and started crying.
    i quit of course.
     
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  6. nomadawhat

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    my first job was as a dishwasher at a retirement home for $5 and hour!
    so nasty, but it could be fun at times, like half-eaten food fights!!! and jello fights!!! then i moved up to waiter at the same retirement home. retirement homes usually hire very young people for easy work, check that.
     
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  7. WebsterUno

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    WebsterUno - Replied Apr 3, 2003

    ***believe***

    I sold ESPRIT clothes at the
    FLEA MARKET when I was 13 years old.

    Then my next real job was a baker
    for TOGOs. I baked those long breads.
    I was 18


    :)
     
  8. vinyl junkie

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    vinyl junkie - Replied Apr 3, 2003

    started learning carpentry at a theater when i was 12... i kept doin that till i was about 19...

    i fucking hate jobs...
     
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  9. krie

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    krie - Replied Apr 3, 2003

    worked in a supermarket
     
  10. Devilush

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    Devilush - Replied Apr 3, 2003

    haha. we've got to hang out one day.

    my first job was in high school and i was a dental assistant. got paid $15 an hour. he was an asshole so i didnt like it. also not to mention that i had to wear the white uniform and white keds. i hated looking into old people's mouths, and i hated to hear children cry. i liked giving out lil toys and stickers to the kids and i met a few boys from neighboring high schools. so i had connections.:)
     
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    flower shop worker...fired after 2 months for steeling:eek:
     
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  12. willy.wonka

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    willy.wonka - Replied Apr 3, 2003

    my probation afficer put me in this youth facility..i was basically a janitor that fixed things with this crazy guy..in return they tought me how to box and fight..they paid me a real shitty pay so i quit and went to jail.
     
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    in an engine rebuilding/machining/repair shop.
     
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    XxSugarxX - Replied Apr 3, 2003

    worked at best buy..but quit cuz it sucked..
    worked at walgreens.quit cuz it sucked...
    worked at UPS..quit,cuz um,it sucked, but paid reallllyreally well.:eek:

    ..working with the public sucks..

    :heated: :mad2:
     
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    TEE_rase_war - Replied Apr 3, 2003

    13 years old- worked at a school in the summer scraping gum off desks and walls for 6 bucks an hour
    14-worked construction as the joe boy, responsible for moving dirt and wood
    15-got a job as an inventory controller at a place that makes cars run on hydrogen, it was very famous at one point as it's stock went from 7 bucks to 147 over night.
    16-worked at a place that makes diesel engines run on natural gas, doing stores and inventory junk
    17-worked for Whistler Blackcomb doing promotions and marketing
    -worked for a boardercross company doing course builds
    -worked for a towing company driving tow trucks into busted cars
    -construction
    18- inventory stuff and have been doing inventory stuff ever since, I am leaving Canada to go backpacking around Australia for a year and will prolly become a full time traveller for years to come


    **a note to the thread starter. As was said, you gotta pay your dues, never turn down any type of work at any time, every bit helps and pushes you further. You need to gain expeirience and then everything else will follow.
     
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