The Worst Job Ever

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The Worst Job Ever

Two years ago I started to look for a job. I found many job openings and decided to go with a supermarket; Yummy Market. Once I got the job I was so excited that I thought I will stick with it for a long time. I even thought it would be my best job experience. One day I came home early to a loud noise telling me my mom decided to have renovations. I groaned, threw my backpack, and tried to get a half an hour rest in. I proceeded to make my food, and then glimpsed at the calendar to see if it’s any closer to Friday. All this stalling and disappointment is due to the fact that I hated my job. I worked in culinary, and it's not what you would expect, tasty food, samples and weekends off? Not here. You would think getting a degree would make this a happy work place, but this job is full of everyday hassles and cleaning dirty dishes. The job was horrible for couple of reasons.

First the job is extremely hard, especially on the weekends. I came to work, and it's wasn’t a good start. The boss was already complaining that the food hasn’t been checked after lunch the other day. See, the problem is that she refused to hire another person to help us. That's right; we had to serve the customers, smile to them, and make their day. When I came in the afternoon, I checked in, slipped into my uniform, wore my precious smile and then started off with my shift. Then I began to serve the customers. My first customer was rude and obnoxious. It took time to please him. I can't help to think what is wrong with people who shop in a bad mood. I would like to see them work in these conditions every day. At this job I had to carry heavy containers of salads, organize them and put them on shelves. Lunches were only 30 minutes so by the time I returned home I was already hungry and tired. After lunch it doesn't get any better. Once again the food had not arrived on time…...

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