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June 5th, 2006
09:49 am


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Long Day: Part III
That's right. It's going to be another long day at work. *sigh*  I work from 11 to 7 today.

I'm looking forward to beating Kingdom Hearts II tonight.....

Current Mood: blahblah
Current Music: Kingdom Hearts II - Sinister Sundown

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Date:June 5th, 2006 09:30 pm (UTC)
Just keep your head up. I got da day off of work, becuase I went to a concert and did not get home till 6:30 am. I have to work long hours tommarow at my job and deal with nosy co-workers.

By da way can I add you to my friends list on Live Journal?
Date:June 6th, 2006 12:03 am (UTC)


You need to fix up your resume and go look for another job. No one should work something they hate that much. Even something like a host or receptionist makes up to $10 an hour or more. Here I was at the dog grooming school working my butt off for nothing and the receptionist had the easiest job in the world sitting around mostly all day with the computer making $10 an hour. I know because they made us work the desk off and on and I just sat there putting the software program they trained me on all day long and like answering phones.

Of course there is also "office assistant" positions that do the same thing in some companies. You don't have to stand on your feet all day coming home smelling like burgers and fries. My brother actually quit KFC to do that, and the experience of any business looks good on your resume after college.

Look at the skills you are good at and write them down, then think of a job you would like to have now or in the future and see if you can get your foot in the door now as a lower level employee working your way up and gaining experience. By the time you're out of college, getting a job in the field you love won't be so hard.

Put anything down on your resume that shows you have people skills and can answer phones and do office work, use the copier, etc, then look for a new line of work. Anywhere is probably a good place, but for the love of God and your sanity get the hell out of there, it's sucking the life out of ya.
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