• Should I quit my job?

    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • What should I do?

    Best answer: See a psychiatrist.
    Best answer: See a psychiatrist.
    14 answers · 1 day ago
  • Wanting to Quit McDonalds after 3 Weeks?

    So I got a job at McDonalds, try something something different.. and I am currently on my 3rd Week.. I hate it.. it’s brutal, not only was I told I have to buy a new apron because someone decided to take mine, You basically have to take on the whole world... and some not all managers really love to stick it to... show more
    So I got a job at McDonalds, try something something different.. and I am currently on my 3rd Week.. I hate it.. it’s brutal, not only was I told I have to buy a new apron because someone decided to take mine, You basically have to take on the whole world... and some not all managers really love to stick it to you... not so much with words but more so looks of disapproval... and the constant rush as well.... I am all for responsibilities but I am also for haveing fun... I am not enjoying it, it’s slave labour... and it is not fun... nothing wrong with my co workers there nice guys. But at the same time i’m Hardly getting the chance to get to know them.. when I do talk to them.. they kind of look at me as if to say this Job is not really for you.... it’s like they are expecting me to throw the head up and Quit... there right it’s BS... is it possible to ring up and say I am no longer wanting to work... I Quit
    10 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Do you leave work at work or do you take work home with you?

    On most work days: After you finish work, do you find that you can relax for the rest of the day or do you still have work to do at home? BQ: What kind of work do you do?
    On most work days: After you finish work, do you find that you can relax for the rest of the day or do you still have work to do at home? BQ: What kind of work do you do?
    9 answers · 5 hours ago
  • What are your thoughts on leaving America for a better life?

    Yes, I'm proud to be here but its horrifically expensive. I don't seem to fit into American culture at all, where we live to work instead of work to live. I can teach English in several other countries and live very comfortably, on $1,500 to $2,000/month. I also speak intermediate Spanish. Some... show more
    Yes, I'm proud to be here but its horrifically expensive. I don't seem to fit into American culture at all, where we live to work instead of work to live. I can teach English in several other countries and live very comfortably, on $1,500 to $2,000/month. I also speak intermediate Spanish. Some nations I'm interested in, are: - Vietnam - Nepal - Bhutan - Ecuador - Peru - Mexico - Argentina ______ Your thoughts?
    11 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Call back once gone through all applicants?

    Best answer: Nope. they are doing a prescreening of all the applicants to see who they want to interview in the next step. You could have the best fit and they would still likely give you a comment like that. If suddenly 20 even more excellent applicants apply, you won't get called. If you remain the best, you get... show more
    Best answer: Nope. they are doing a prescreening of all the applicants to see who they want to interview in the next step. You could have the best fit and they would still likely give you a comment like that. If suddenly 20 even more excellent applicants apply, you won't get called. If you remain the best, you get called back and likely hired.
    8 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Should I have to pay her?

    I asked the mother of this little girl I babysit if she could watch my daughter for a few hours because I was busy running errands. Now she is asking me to pay her. Should I have to pay her?
    I asked the mother of this little girl I babysit if she could watch my daughter for a few hours because I was busy running errands. Now she is asking me to pay her. Should I have to pay her?
    16 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it bad to quit a fast food job via text message?

    I got hired at a fast food job a couple months ago. i was hired originally to stay over the summer cause lots of staff are leaving next month [students] but i got a new job, plus i already told my boss ill leave before june. is it okay to just text my boss that i want to put my 2 weeks in today? i dont have... show more
    I got hired at a fast food job a couple months ago. i was hired originally to stay over the summer cause lots of staff are leaving next month [students] but i got a new job, plus i already told my boss ill leave before june. is it okay to just text my boss that i want to put my 2 weeks in today? i dont have their email and theyre really young so they use text message to communicate with us anyways. i dont work again until the weekend and i dont want to call in as theyre busy most of the time. also, i dont plan to put this job on my resume. dont need their reference. just doing it for courtesy ONLY. already got another job lined up.
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • What is the point of job interviews?

    I honestly never saw no point in them. The employer sits there and mentally judges you on your appearance and "professionalism" for about 30 minutes while the candidate pretty much puts on a show of this perfect person when in reality they're completely different. Like seriously, what's the darn... show more
    I honestly never saw no point in them. The employer sits there and mentally judges you on your appearance and "professionalism" for about 30 minutes while the candidate pretty much puts on a show of this perfect person when in reality they're completely different. Like seriously, what's the darn point in that?? The best way to see if a perspective employee is right for the job is to have them work for a day or two. If you see they're doing the job to your liking, great! Make them permanent. If not then down the rabbit hole they go! Judging a person based on their appearance and personality after only knowing them less than an hour is ridiculous in my opinion. Anyone agree with me on this? Or is there something beneficial about interviews that I am missing? Thanks for answering!
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it ok to list the licenses you have on a job resume ?

    Or is that too much information to put ? I plan on putting my guard card and alcohol awareness licenses on there do employers care ?
    Or is that too much information to put ? I plan on putting my guard card and alcohol awareness licenses on there do employers care ?
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Would you agree religion is the most lucrative business there is?

    I'm into New Age. I can enter trance and send the Holy Spirit to anyone in the world, the correct way. I can also offer angel-readings, color-therapy and sell candles infused with Holy-Fire. I looked online and other "psychics" charge $50 to $75/hour for this sort of thing. If I have my website... show more
    I'm into New Age. I can enter trance and send the Holy Spirit to anyone in the world, the correct way. I can also offer angel-readings, color-therapy and sell candles infused with Holy-Fire. I looked online and other "psychics" charge $50 to $75/hour for this sort of thing. If I have my website translated into 5 languages, I can reach an audience of 2 billion people. Your thoughts?
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • What happens if you get wet diareah during a job interview?

    Best answer: You excuse yourself and go to the bathroom and clean up and leave.

    You send a apology note and look for a job elsewhere.
    Best answer: You excuse yourself and go to the bathroom and clean up and leave.

    You send a apology note and look for a job elsewhere.
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • When a job application only asks about felonies, will I still get disqualified because of a misdemeanor?

    Best answer: Just be honest. If they ask about felonies you can honestly answer that you don't have any. You don't have to tell them about your misdemeanor unless you either want to or if they ask you about that. But they likely won't ask. It might even be the case that they are not legally allowed to ask about... show more
    Best answer: Just be honest. If they ask about felonies you can honestly answer that you don't have any. You don't have to tell them about your misdemeanor unless you either want to or if they ask you about that. But they likely won't ask. It might even be the case that they are not legally allowed to ask about that. I would use the same approach for any job.
    7 answers · 1 day ago