The Worst Job Ever I wake up early to a loud alarm clock telling me it's time to start another day. I groan, roll over, and try to get another ten minutes rest in. I proceed to make my coffee, and then wishfully glance at the calendar to see if its any closer to Friday.
Essay 2 Ms. Ariot March 15th, 2011 The Worst Job I Ever Had A year ago, I decided to look for a job. I found some job openings in Queens, and one of them caught my eyes. It was a 99 cent store on Liberty Avenues in Queens. I got the job, and I was a sales clerk. I was so excited and determined to try my best on the new job. I thought that it.
The extensive traveling, immature coworkers and the lousy malfunctioning machinery used are good enough reasons never ever to work for Western Inventory Service. Traveling in and out of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia and other neighboring states at the wee hours of the morning was mortifying.The worst job I ever had was an assembler at the factory. Assemblers and assembly line workers usually face numerous hardships when undertaking their tasks. In addition, factory assemblers worked in a hazardous environment, which posed the need to be extremely careful when working.Worst job ever' It is not known exactly where this office is located, but it's likely you've never worked with such little desk space. And finally, at least the owner of this sewage transporter.
The Worst Job Ever I wake up early to a loud alarm clock telling me it’s time to start another day. I groan, roll over, and try to get another ten minutes rest in. I proceed to make my coffee, and then wishfully glance at the calendar to see if its any closer to Friday. All this stalling and frustration is due to the fact I despise my job.Read More
The Worst Job I Ever Had Essay.Djessi R Traore ENG 100 Essay 2 Ms. Ariot March 15th, 2011 The Worst Job I Ever Had A year ago, I decided to look for a job. I found some job openings in Queens, and one of them caught my eyes. It was a 99 cent store on Liberty Avenues in Queens.Read More
The contest: Tell us your worst writing job stories. Now that I’ve got you rolling, I want to hear your worst writing job stories. Here are the contest rules and prizes! Post your worst client story here in the comments or on my Facebook page. Only one entry per person. Limit 200 words. Contest ends: Monday (January 23, 2017) at midnight.Read More
This job was the one and for most worst job ever. First, about a week went by while I was getting settled in my aunts apartment after that I got drove to work the first day. My job was an hour drive into the city of Phoenix. When I got there I was greeted by my friend Josiah.Read More
I’ve had so many bad interviews, it’s hard to count! But I’ll include my top three here. All horribly true. Names have been changed to protect the innocent and the not-so innocent. (I should preface these tales by saying that prior to these interv.Read More
The Worst Best Job Trimming Christmas trees is a hard job, but it is one of my favorites thus far. The biggest reasons that it is a hard job are the heat, the bees, and the poison ivy. Despite all the hard things that we have to go through it is a fun job. Most of the employees that work there are teenagers like myself. However, there were some men in there 40's that had worked there since.Read More
Sadly, my worst nightmare came true I had to take the plunge and apply at fast food restaurants. A few days later, I received a call from McDonald’s wanting to set up an interview. I went in for the interview a few days later, and was offered the job on the spot. I have been working at McDonalds for two years, and this is the best job I’ve ever had! McDonalds gives me flexible work hours.Read More
Jobs that I had worked were as waitress, promoter, cashier, and tuition teacher. However, working as a dishwasher in a restaurant was my worst job. It was considered my worst job because of the bad working conditions, long working hours, and low pay. The restaurant which I worked was a Chinese restaurant and it was situated in the Chinatown.Read More
Nothing kills the excitement of a possible new job like a terrible interview. Last week we asked you what your worst job interviews were like, and you delivered. Here are the most nightmarish.Read More
And while working outside all day may seem like a great job perk, being a lumberjack not only is considered the worst job, but also one of the world’s most dangerous. “The second you lose respect for the trees or the tools, it can come back and bite you,” says Jake Rosa owner of Dry Brook Custom Sawmilling in Upstate New York.Read More