got a job as a sandwich artist but im lazy and have no work experience how fucked am I
Always. Be. Closing. That's all you need to know. They're waffling? Not sure if they want to invest in an artisanal sandwich? Close that motherfucker. Make him buy 10 fucking sandwiches. Greatest sales training I ever learned.
>mom says we can go out to eat
>walk into subway
>not sure whether to get in line or sit down
>just sit down so i can think about my next step
>upset stomach kicks in from all the sugar free gummy bears and iced tea
>it's all coming up
>don't want to make a scene by getting up and going to the bathroom
>try to puke as quietly as possible on the table
>immedietly arch my hands in an attempt to hide it from the other subway customers
>some turbonormie pulls out his iPhone and takes a picture of me
You could one day become a cashier and be able to handle the money OP! Or if you are really lucky, they will trust you with chemicals and let you clean the floors! Hahahaahah
No one's gonna go "I see you worked in a sandwich shop, very impressive, so few people are specialist's is the art of sandwich making"
>Filling out application
>It requires three references to complete
>tfw hate cleaning other people's shit
>All starting jobs are cleaning
I could make sandwiches all day, lattes, burgers, whatever.
I worked as a cashier at a McShit and the cashiering was great. I had to talk to people, but mostly simple shit, and then beep boop the orders onto the screen.
The worst part was having to wipe shit down, and sweep and mop.
Stocking things would've been nicer if there was a more relaxed atmosphere, but it's always rush, rush, rush to make some other guy richer.
Most people also didn't follow the guidelines for how often you should wash your hands.
Minimum wage, and I didn't even get free meals, just discounts when on break.
Starbucks was far better to work for, but they're even more fast paced. You get any drink you want, for free, and you can "sample" one of the food products every day until you've tried them all. Still minimum wage.
>Got kicked out of my place while working 2 shit jobs back to back
>Had to quit after barely a month of working and go back to my dad's place because homeless
>Can never reference them
Hope this isn't true
>applied to hotel admin schools
>people say, "go to cornell"
>tuition is 30k a semester
if you are going to cornell plz die and stop visiting /r9k/, because you are a total richfag
I didn't have my social security card because my parents had it locked up and were out of town on my first day. They told me to come back on Monday, but today gave me a call to forget about it while I was making that post.
This is the 2nd time I've been fired before I even started actually.
First job I ever got I didn't write down when I was supposed to start my first shift and just went by memory and ended up coming in on the wrong day, just to find out I was fired.
Naww bruh my niggi used to scoop me from my crib and we'd smoke bongs and blunts on the road down to school fuckin blasting wiz son whatchu kno bout me nothin getdafuk outa here
>got job as sandwich artiste
>first shift I get yelled at by an old man, a black couple and a few teenagers because I was slow or messed up their sandwiches in someway
>manager on duty comes up to me after my shift and tells me I have to be better if I want to keep up with the big boys
>You gotta be better than that if you want to stay in the majors, son.
>You're like 40 and a manager at subway, senpai. I'm 18 and this is my first job. It's my first shift. Cut me some slack
>Fires me on the spot
Yeah no. I only had one job previous before I got hired and I know people who have had it for their first job. Those are just there in case you had 3 jobs that you want to use for past experience.
Is it subway?
Those pieces of paper are read by a human being that you can speak to and explain your situation to.
It's usually the same person who handed you that piece of paper to begin with.
No I did online and paper. If I remember, online you added any work history you had and there was no 3 set spots. That is only on paper.
The Subways around here all have applications free to grab near the drinks. No one gives them to you, you just take one.
>The Subways around here all have applications free to grab near the drinks. No one gives them to you, you just take one.
1) Dial down the autism
2) You know what the fuck I meant. There is a person that works at the place you are applying to that you can speak to. Don't try to fucking tell me that they don't exist because you picked up a piece of paper.
I know where stuff is at the place where I work, must be autism!
And yes you can talk to a person if you want to, but you don't have too.
Anyways, at the Subway I'm at, there is only one manager and usually she leaves anywhere from like 2-5 in the afternoon usually. After that, the only people to talk to are the 2 on the clock employees, and how much help are they?
>get a job at a convenience store
>do everything to make myself presentable
>sucking on a mint the whole way into work
>Pakistani boss keeps telling me I smell weird and I'm going to scare off customers
>start getting up early to take a longer-than-normal shower before each shift, going out of my way to try and smell as nice as I can
>still tells me I smell bad
>eventually catch a cold
>tells me outright not to come back because I'm fired
At least nobody can smell me at my new job. Everything just smells like oil and burnt metal all the time.