• Hello everybody! We have tons of new awards for the new year that can be requested through our Awards System thanks to Antifa Lockhart! Some are limited-time awards so go claim them before they are gone forever...

    CLICK HERE FOR AWARDS

Help/Support ► Job? job!



REGISTER TO REMOVE ADS
Status
Not open for further replies.

sealightbreeze

Bronze Member
Joined
Apr 12, 2004
Messages
1,349
Age
39
I was wondering how everyone got a job. I keep trying to get a job, and keep failing at getting a job too. I am old enough, but no one seems to be hiring at all :closedeyes:I have tried in-person and online.
 

sealightbreeze

Bronze Member
Joined
Apr 12, 2004
Messages
1,349
Age
39
thanks for replying to my thread. Basically, any job that I can find. My mom is a diabetic, so I need a job to pay for her medicine. I have tried blockbuster, wal mart, build a bear, Borders, etc.
 

jazz16

New member
Joined
Apr 6, 2006
Messages
156
Age
32
Location
P Town NJ
If your in college you should talk to guiden counselor. And maybe s/he could help you get a job at the school.
 

Vandread

Impossible Soul
Joined
Sep 14, 2005
Messages
8,605
Awards
2
Age
32
Website
www.facebook.com
All I can tell you is to keep trying to get a job. I myself lucked out when I got my job as a busboy over a year and a half ago. My mom was the first waitress there and we've known the family for a while. I just happened to ask at just the right time. I would suggest going to a place that has high school seniors working there. Go apply for a job after they leave for college and the place has openings. That's pretty much what happened to me.
 

starry_eyed_hero

New member
Joined
Jan 2, 2005
Messages
563
Age
36
Location
The Temple of Light
look for department stores, like walmart, target, jcpenney, etc. places like that are typically looking for new people.

it's horrible and painful to have to work in a place like that, but you're grown up, sealight. you probably know exactly what kind of shit i'm going through. you're probably realizing that you're not a kid anymore and things are never going to back to the way they were.

people are having to depend on you and your ability to survive for them. nobody wants to have to carry the burdens of others, but you and I do.
 

sealightbreeze

Bronze Member
Joined
Apr 12, 2004
Messages
1,349
Age
39
look for department stores, like walmart, target, jcpenney, etc. places like that are typically looking for new people.

it's horrible and painful to have to work in a place like that, but you're grown up, sealight. you probably know exactly what kind of shit i'm going through. you're probably realizing that you're not a kid anymore and things are never going to back to the way they were.

people are having to depend on you and your ability to survive for them. nobody wants to have to carry the burdens of others, but you and I do.


Thanks. Believe me, I know exactly what you mean. Nothing can change what has happened in the past. When others, especially kids, depend on you, it makes more stress appear in your daily life
 
Status
Not open for further replies.
Top