Originally posted by boymonkey74
I had to update my CV the other week and at my last interview the interviewer was impressed with the range of jobs I have done.
First job was followed the rest in order.
Fishmonger (while at college)
Relief bar manager (about 18 different pubs)
Factory work in Holland
Bar manager (London)
Factory work making tumble dryers
Real ale bar cellerperson
Real Ale bar manager
Nursing assistant in mental health
Care assistant in an old folks home (current)
Care assistant in a LD home (soon)
My fave job was goat herder in italy I put on 3 stone did about 2 hours work a day, got a run down shack to live in, Olive trees to sleep under while
drinking the farm wine trying to chat up the local girls...all while avoiding Billy goat gruff wanting to ram me lol.
Eeee I could have spent my whole life there
So have you all just stuck to one type of job or have you been a jack of many trades like meself?
Well....lets see here....
I worked fast food for Wendy's and subway in highschool
Fuel desk manager at a truck stop
Air filtration cleaning crew for a couple of hospitals
Drywall hanging finishing texturing and sanding
College-Computer and electronic engineering
ARMY- cannon fire direction control specialist
Manager of Jiffy Lube
Wal Mart distro dock worker
SIA- Suburu Isuzu Nissan injection molding "mold tech" and " material handler" and "machine technician"
Stripes sale associate (gas station attendant)
FOXCONN quality control technician ( if you have an HP made in 2011 I was one of 10 people that made sure the illegal immigrants put it together
..........Jesus OP, I have had like every job there is almost, I dont know if I can name them all, they are many, and span many different fields, I
havent found a single one that doesnt want to suck the life out of me, so I dont stay long before leaving.
I bet I have 30 more to add honestly......... the modern work world is BULLS&*t.
Glad I am so talented, I always find work that wants me around, I am a good employee until they decide to try and make it " either us or your family,
morals, values, ...etc....) At that point I just find other employment and leave them in the lurch like they deserve.
Work shouldnt cause one to have to question their job vs their morals, it is only a job, I never made anyone question their morals when they worked
I am a quite beneficial employer, always sharing quite fairly all the burdens and boons of the job.
I have never kept over 1/2 of profits ever, not for any job, I have been the big boss man plenty of times.
If I own all the equipment, and know everything about the job, I take 1/2 to cover expenses, the employees always get the other 1/2 dispersed amonsgt
them. Must be why every time I call they always answer and always say "yes I will be there at 5 AM tomorrow morning!!!!"