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Jobs you didn't hate by EstherNonkinstud.cmd - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 15:47:06 EST ID:HXbh8+8n No.4747173 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It's time for another job thread. Talk about the jobs that you've had that you actually didn't hate. Talk about how you got that job. And post an image, if you are so inclined to do so.
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Fred Whipple - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 15:49:14 EST ID:9nuqmud0 No.4747175 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I’ve got an interview with a bank tomorrow morning. I’m a little nervous cause it’s gonna be my first “real job” even though I’m 28.
I worked in a ton of nice restaurants but hated it.
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Jaro Essa - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 15:50:26 EST ID:NQVV8ZU4 No.4747176 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747173subway. Best times. Smoking weed in the freezer and blowing oxy and coke off the green meal trays outside the view of the cameras. All you can eat. Stealing cookies and whole boxes of chips. Metal and rap playing exclusively. Miss the simpler life. :(
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Juste Belmont - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 15:51:46 EST ID:nJkrco7e No.4747178 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Juste Belmont - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 15:53:08 EST ID:nJkrco7e No.4747180 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Juste Belmont - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 15:54:48 EST ID:nJkrco7e No.4747182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Rocket Hugh - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 16:01:58 EST ID:ePWOLY2n No.4747189 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I never had the fast food experience; I didn't get a job till I was 18 and graduated; I've liked every job I've had. I've only ever worked labor jobs such as unloading truck and/or stocking shelves, construction/demolition/scaffolding, or factories.

My favorite jobs are factories honestly. As smart as I want to be and rage about dumb people and everything I'd rather just push a button and follow a template and zone out
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EstherNonkinstud.cmd - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 16:08:05 EST ID:HXbh8+8n No.4747190 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747189
I worked a labor job once too, in a warehouse. Compared to fast food, dish washing, and retail, it was a million times better.

Care to go into a little bit more detail about the jobs you've worked? Where I'm at, it's hard to find jobs where you are only stocking shelves or only unloading a truck. I'm in college, but a job where you don't have to deal with anyone and can get a little bit of exercise in are very appealing to me.
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Masahiro Chono - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 17:12:00 EST ID:sd9L/q6l No.4747215 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Once I was meant to teach these young offenders in this music studio. They didnt turn up cause thats what they are like I guess so I did 2 sessions and made a tune in 7 hours. Called 7 Hours. I got paid to make it. Not bad.
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FrederickNorringfudge.bat - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 17:19:18 EST ID:fvUGj1jc No.4747216 Ignore Report Quick Reply
All hardwork jobs sucks. Then over generations they pay you less and inflation goes up.

At least the taxes are getting cut.
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Zack Ryder - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 18:09:51 EST ID:AQymNgyy No.4747234 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747215
Sound pretty cool dude. Too bad about the young offenders tho.
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Al Wilson - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 18:22:54 EST ID:LEz/hua0 No.4747241 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747173
The job I'm doing now and and most of the ones in sequence before it. I don't want to explicitly identify what I do because I don't want people linking my shitposts to them.

I got a mediocre job with a good employer but it was temporary and it didn't quite suit me. As my time drew to a close I saw an internal vacancy for a entry level role in finance and read the job description and thought "easy". I needed to keep paying rent so I applied.

Anyway 4 years later I'm a proper (but not chartered, thinking about it though) management accountant. I got promoted twice and did a qualification in that time. Its all public sector and someone has to do accounts for service I work with, help them make sure they're actually spending and saving what they think, that they comply with regulations and stuff given it's all public money. I work with 2 other people plus 3 half people (they do other stuff too) and we oversea a service that looks after a 7 figure number of people and has an 8 figure budget. The operational side (and you're a shit accountant if it's all just numbers to you) is cool as fuck because it's one of the most awesome public services.

So I like it, the people are alright, the work is worthwhile, the service I support has some real value and what I do has to be done. They pay isn't mind blowing but the working conditions and pension are pretty solid. I get 28 days paid vacation plus bank holidays and stuff like sickness and compassionate leave is managed in a very kind trusting manner (which I don't take the piss with because its nice to have when I have needed it). I like numbers and problem solving.
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Mark Kerr - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 15:13:50 EST ID:irUxi84z No.4748546 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4747241
>2018
>pension
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Elite Four Fucking - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 18:47:59 EST ID:T9wribao No.4748650 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Current job is cool, Im a tech for a construction lab.
Most days I sit in my truck listening to podcasts and playing on my phone. Most of our field work right now only requires a handful of simple, short tests per day which are fairly spaced out. Concrete testing can be rough depending on specs, how quick the contractor pours, and conditions, but thats by far the most strenuous work we do. When field work is slow I work in the lab where we bill per test instead of per hour so I can easily get payed 12 hours for working 8, sometimes I come in on weekends and do 10-12hours of testing in 5-6 hours.
Money's alright, benefits are pretty good.
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Myrcella Baratheon - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 19:42:34 EST ID:/Bim7/uf No.4748671 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Worked at Walmart for 6 years. The company sucks but the store I worked at was actually alright, had some great coworkers which is the best you can hope for at any job I guess. Working with the plants in the garden department was surprisingly rewarding, I keep a backyard garden to this day. As long as you don't mind sweating in the summer it's not bad for a near-minimum-wage job.
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Tokey McWeed - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 21:30:30 EST ID:Tab+eR+H No.4748717 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I had a buddy who worked in a slaughterhouse. Dude made 20 Canadian dollars an hour to slit cow throats.

I really fucking wish I worked in a slaughterhouse.
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Julius Eaton - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 22:09:46 EST ID:eXxNQ+Gx No.4748738 Ignore Report Quick Reply
how do I get a job I don't hate with no education or experience?
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Lillian Shakedock - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 22:11:48 EST ID:eswGUriS No.4748739 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4748738
  1. Get any job
  2. Stay wasted 24/7
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Lori Quaid - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 22:15:00 EST ID:YbWvR5Gu No.4748741 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4748738
is selling weed a job
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Jesus Hayzeus - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 22:25:27 EST ID:A0kv5YJa No.4748742 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747173
Delivering pizza was fun a fuck. I'm going to try to do it again when I retire to keep myself busy providing I don't have to work until +60
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Cameraman Reuben - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 22:27:07 EST ID:KVrl/ao2 No.4748744 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Currently teaching English to small Asian people. I really enjoy this job, and not just because of the glamorous lifestyle it bestows, but the work itself is genuinely fun and fulfilling.
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Jesus Hayzeus - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 22:36:18 EST ID:A0kv5YJa No.4748749 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4748744
>glamorus lifestyle
>getting handys at the massage parlor
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Dean Malenko - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 22:38:15 EST ID:JUV2QmVy No.4748750 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I am a cat shepherd. Perks include getting to stay somewhere that isn't my shitty apartment for a little while, and also there's cats.
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Haze Smokestack - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 23:49:35 EST ID:KQma/7k9 No.4748766 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've been lucky enough to actually enjoy most jobs I've had. I reckon that's partially to do with me very optimistic and happy in general though.

When I was washing dishes it was great because everyone would leave and I'd make myself pizza and pour myself beers. Every single night would go home with a banging pizza and a bucket filled with ice and some good Italian beer. I also got on pretty well with my colleagues at that job, it's just that the boss was a pedophile coke head...

After that I had a pretty shitty job working in a small shop. But even then it gave me an opportunity to talk to lots of people in my town. Gonna sound pretty egotistical but I feel like I'm someone who should be known, and having that job was nice because I'd walk down the street and have loads of people saying hello to me. I'm from a small town. My mum even had lots of people coming up to her on the street telling her how lovely her son was and how I would cheer people up when they came in to buy bread. So that's a small and kinda weird benefit but it was a nice feeling.

After that I worked as a tour guide, which was probably my favourite job I've had. Super chill, really good working hours, good money, I actually had fun working too. I think it's quite a nice thing to do, show people around places, it's more wholesome than like, selling phones or whatever. Decided I liked it so much that I now plan on setting myself up to do it for the rest of my life. Just need to learn Chinese first

Which leads me to what I do now. I'm an English teacher in China. Usually I work in a primary school and that job is pretty tough but the past few weeks I've been working in a kindergarten for summer camp and it's legit probably one of the best jobs I've had. I do 2 25 minute classes at 9 oclock and then another 2 at half 10. Once they are over with I get paid for "lesson planning". But there's no lessons to plan! Less than 2 hours work a day, air conditioned office with good wifi all to myself, and I even get food.

Great job.
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GrahamDuckgold.dir - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 00:25:35 EST ID:hQWGVzQc No.4748779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I hated most of my jobs, just some were more tolerable due to perks. I worked at this one place that I found by sheer luck I think and since I'm a great bullshitter, forced my way into the door completely unqualified for the job. Taught myself as I went and faked it till I made it and it actually worked. It was a high-end real estate firm working alongside the CEO as an executive assistant kind of but on the media/marketing side of things. I worked my way up the ladder and was about to replace the COO (2nd highest position at the company), potential earning above 200k a year. The CEO would charter private jets anytime we went on a business trip with 3 course meals and champagne service and buy us rooms at extremely nice hotels ($500+ a night). And we'd get drunk as shit every night and screw around in the cities we visited. When we were home I would ride around in Rolls-Royces owned by the CEO and spend the day chilling at Four Seasons and other places in similar nature. They treated me like god damned royalty. I'd never even been in a private plane before...

It was a fucking blast, it really was. Over time it started to get shitty though because the company's profit margins were thinning out and those cool perks became infrequent. After almost 2 years of working there, they went belly up and I was one of the last to be fired. I had my own 100 sq ft office with a litterbox for my damn cat, completely sound proofed and all. Had 2 giant monitors on a mac desktop + $2700 macbook pro + tons of expensive equipment. I was making so much money I didn't know what to do with it, so I rented an apartment on the intracoastal and went on massive opiate binges. Putting $1000 of dilaudid up my nose in a week and a half span...over and over. God damn it was insane.

Aaaaand it's gone. Lol. It was cool while it lasted. My current job is aight although on average I'm making peanuts. Our first week we pocketed $12,000, then a dry spell for a month and a half...so I'm broke as shit. But I'm the cofounder/COO and the potentials are huge. But I'm a poorfag now.

I'm not even college educated, whoever says you can't make it without a degree is a fucking retard fuck. If I wasn't an addict dumb ass I would still be making six figures. Feels really bad... living with my grandma now like a fucking loser.
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Mass Transit - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 00:33:16 EST ID:wj2wKX9g No.4748783 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4748766
Lol
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Tokey McWeed - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 00:55:30 EST ID:Tab+eR+H No.4748788 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4748749
In China, guys go to massage places to get handjobs from American slaves.
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Tokey McWeed - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 00:59:40 EST ID:Tab+eR+H No.4748789 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4748779
I think I know what I want to do with my life.

So, thanks for that.


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