I worked at The Salvation Army as a case manager in the social services division. The staff was racist, condecending to staff and clients alike, stole everything that was not nailed down, and were just pure lowlifes. <br />
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I spent the better part of a year being terrorized by these idiots, while myself and some other employees were waiting for results to a huge greivence/investigation we had filed against the offending staff. Of course, they did nothing.<br />
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I HATE The Salvation Army. Do not ever donate there, your donations will end up in an employees house or in their pocket.

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I worked city parks I saw violent crimes commited constantly and the people I worked with were compleat *** holes for the most part. I hated that job I haven't had any thing that sucked as bad since.

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I had so many worst jobs, im now just looking forward to my best job, when ever that happens

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I believe it is the people that make a job fun or horrible. <br />
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So the worst job I had was when I worked for stuck up know it all people (people who looked down on me for not being the same religion - SO against the law) or when the people were just not helpful at all (not part of a team), or just plain rude.<br />
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It's okay tho - as I don't work with those people anymore. PTL!

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I got a job working for my buddies dad. He and I were to take inventory of his fathers warehouse. The warehouse was full of engines and engine parts. Not car engines, machine engines. Some where 8 feet tall others were 2. The place was so grimy and covered with grease. We had to climb these tall racks and slide across the shelves to get the serial numbers and write them down.

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I worked at Wendy's. I got treated like **** by my boss, my coworkers, and the customers. I lasted two weeks.

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Worst and Best! Being a mom, no instructions, changing diapers, under appreciated, over worked, under payed, every dime goes for the children anyway in the long run, being told you are mean.<br />
Best benefits - love, admiration, the feeling of being needed through out you entire life, seeing that you helped to make someone a happy, healthy individual that cares for others

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Hmm...well I used to help pack and unpack for jewelry shows...those crates get mighty heavy when they're all loaded up, I got about a dollar if I was lucky, usually nothing, and I had to lift a billion crates rain or shine didn't matter...fun job, but out of it all I got a heck of a workout and I actually started getting stronger too :D

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I had to mop and clean the emergency room and adjoining visitor bathrooms. This was back when cigarettes were allowed in the waiting room. Ahhhh the aroma of cigarettes, vomit and diarrhea...the interesting and dramatic contrasts between blood and pus....<br />
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If that doesn't win how about packing boxes of TV guides for 8 hours...Twenty little magazines come off the conveyer belt...every 5 seconds...after a couple of months, I became very good at packing boxes...of TV guides...

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hmmmm...I have been asked this in an interview which is hard to answer. All my jobs were good as ****** as they were since I was making money. Maybe they all were bad but I thought they were good since I didn't know anything else. Or maybe it was more which is worse that made the difference. <br />
Job 1-grocery bagger at 16<br />
Job 2-grocery cashier<br />
Job 3-in a pizza store<br />
Job 5--prefer not to answer<br />
Job 6-house painter<br />
Job 7-convenience store cashier/ice cream server<br />
Job 8-customer service, retntion and sales<br />
(ages 16-24)<br />
and more that I left out but they lasted much less time. Longest held job 1 year, shortest 1 week. <br />
I think the ones I hated most...were one I didn't answer towards the end--grossness, and the convenience store--grossness also, ghetto customers, freezing-ness

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