Working Is Not That Bad...

I started to work at the age of 15. My first job was to pick up strawberries in a field and it was a real challenge. Waking up at 4 a.m, picking up the whole day and then, coming back at 6 p.m. However, I enjoyed that because I was working with my boyfriend (now, he's an ex, but whatever) and also, because I was outside.

After that summer job, I had another one : I was working in a grocery store. It was easy, but I left because I wanted to try something new. I worked at Mc Donald's for two months, but this was awful, it was a hard job and everybody was stressed and angry. My fourth job was like my third one because I worked in a fast food, too. It was a calm place, but I got bored cauz time wasn't running fast. The boss didn't like me (I still don't know why) so one month later, I was out. I found something else : selling straweberries in a market which was located not that far from my home. I stayed for 2 days because the boss didn't want me to have 2 jobs at the same time and meanwhile, I was working in another market, selling ice cream and beer. I hated that job because the boss was an hypocrit, his wife was paranoïac and their daughter was a real snob. Only their son was normal, but I didn't like the job, anyway. It's hard to sell ice cream when it's raining outside...and July was not a sunny month so I didn't work a lot. In the middle of July, I was annoyed and I wanted to find a real job to pay my studies (I'm in college). Finaly, I got one ! I'm working as a housekeeper in a four stars hotel where people are really nice. It's not an easy job, but it's a challenge and time goes by quickly. Also, I get some tip from time to time and I'm payed 10$hour instead of 9$. This is all to say that I'm not afraid of work and that I'm glad I've changed job a lot because it gave me experience. :)

Bgirlsd Bgirlsd
18-21, F
Aug 9, 2009