When Mom says get a job. . and Sill] B ' naneun and In , differe - grow my whines!. I bet "Job Land" is what they call America in Mexico.
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When Mom says get a job

and Sill] B ' naneun
and In , differe -
grow my whines!
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User avatar #9 - I Am Monkey (01/14/2014) [+] (6 replies)
I bet "Job Land" is what they call America in Mexico.
User avatar #1 - arnolddusk (01/14/2014) [+] (35 replies)
yeah its not that hard to get a job. I lived in a town of like 50 people and I dropped out of high school yet I still manage to make 225 grand a year. how? because im not a fuckin dumbass
User avatar #2 to #1 - donttouchthat (01/14/2014) [-]
Doing chores for your mom while she collects welfare checks for her 48 kids does not make that your job. And I like you mean "Dollars" instead of "grand." Tell your mom i wish her the best with all those kids... Its a fucking joke you prick.
#30 - lotengo (01/14/2014) [+] (8 replies)
MFW i got invited for an interview for the first job i applied to
MFW the guy told me they had 215 applications
MFW i start working in a few weeks
#25 - eddymolly (01/14/2014) [+] (2 replies)
Tada
Tada
#54 - lolfire (01/14/2014) [+] (45 replies)
IT IS NOT HARD TO GET A JOB   
   
Just drop your standards and work a shitty job until a better one accepts you. That's how the game works.
IT IS NOT HARD TO GET A JOB

Just drop your standards and work a shitty job until a better one accepts you. That's how the game works.
#121 - Darianvincent (01/14/2014) [+] (4 replies)
#34 - bubblestheimpaler (01/14/2014) [-]
My friends when I give them my reason for not having a job.
My friends when I give them my reason for not having a job.
#169 - chokinandtokin ONLINE (01/14/2014) [-]
gif version
gif version
#118 - russiancatafro (01/14/2014) [+] (3 replies)
"Why don't you get a job when i was your age i mastered in liberal arts and got a job after i graduated, youths to day are so lazy, all you have to do is give the manager a firm handshake "

baby boomers everyone
#148 - madcoww (01/14/2014) [+] (14 replies)
>End minimum wage    
>Demand for labor goes up    
>Companies create more jobs    
>Involuntary unemployment goes down    
>Cost of production goes down    
>Due to competition, companies charge less for goods    
>Price of living goes down    
>Supply of labor goes down    
>Employees are better able to bargain their labor    
>Wages for non-marginal workers goes up    
>Profit
>End minimum wage
>Demand for labor goes up
>Companies create more jobs
>Involuntary unemployment goes down
>Cost of production goes down
>Due to competition, companies charge less for goods
>Price of living goes down
>Supply of labor goes down
>Employees are better able to bargain their labor
>Wages for non-marginal workers goes up
>Profit
#185 - mrgoodlove (01/14/2014) [+] (5 replies)
When my mom tells me to get a job
#264 - slunchy (01/15/2014) [+] (12 replies)
Fucking right.   
The way the economy is, and the sad location I live, I've learned a few unpleasant truths about jobs.   
1.  As cheesy as it sounds, getting a job is in itself, a job. Growing up with cartoons and movies as role models, every time the lazy teenager is told to "just get a job", it immediately cuts to the next scene of the ungrateful little fuck standing behind a counter looking bored. That's not how real life rolls, son. In the real world, it takes hours and hours of hard work, making phone calls, talking to people and even walking miles across town visiting places and sheepishly asking for applications. Some of them scowl and glare, because a dozen people have probably visited with the same deal that day. I've even had people laugh at me like I had asked them for a solid gold dildo. And after all of that, you're lucky if anybody even calls you.   
2. Nobody cares. There are hundreds of people waiting in line right behind you, who are willing to do what you do for less. Employers know this, and because of that, the ball is always in their court.    
   
End point: Getting a job is fucking hard. I've been at it for half a year, walking miles across town, put in applications at dozens of places, and I haven't gotten a single phonecall. The one opportunity that presented itself, backfired today. One more thing: If you're working a shitty job, and you're thinking about quitting because you got another offer, don't fucking trust it. keep your job until you're definitely hired, or when you call them they'll tell you they already hired people and you're not needed.   
   
TL;DR Finding employment sucks, because you really want to work hard to support yourself, and become a productive member of society and all that jazz. But every time they give you the same "we'll let you know" line, it hurts. It feels like you're being rejected, and nobody wants to even give you a chance. But, you have to keep at it, because you're not a skilled hunter and can't just go live in the woods.
Fucking right.
The way the economy is, and the sad location I live, I've learned a few unpleasant truths about jobs.
1. As cheesy as it sounds, getting a job is in itself, a job. Growing up with cartoons and movies as role models, every time the lazy teenager is told to "just get a job", it immediately cuts to the next scene of the ungrateful little fuck standing behind a counter looking bored. That's not how real life rolls, son. In the real world, it takes hours and hours of hard work, making phone calls, talking to people and even walking miles across town visiting places and sheepishly asking for applications. Some of them scowl and glare, because a dozen people have probably visited with the same deal that day. I've even had people laugh at me like I had asked them for a solid gold dildo. And after all of that, you're lucky if anybody even calls you.
2. Nobody cares. There are hundreds of people waiting in line right behind you, who are willing to do what you do for less. Employers know this, and because of that, the ball is always in their court.

End point: Getting a job is fucking hard. I've been at it for half a year, walking miles across town, put in applications at dozens of places, and I haven't gotten a single phonecall. The one opportunity that presented itself, backfired today. One more thing: If you're working a shitty job, and you're thinking about quitting because you got another offer, don't fucking trust it. keep your job until you're definitely hired, or when you call them they'll tell you they already hired people and you're not needed.

TL;DR Finding employment sucks, because you really want to work hard to support yourself, and become a productive member of society and all that jazz. But every time they give you the same "we'll let you know" line, it hurts. It feels like you're being rejected, and nobody wants to even give you a chance. But, you have to keep at it, because you're not a skilled hunter and can't just go live in the woods.
#198 - razorlupus **User deleted account** (01/14/2014) [-]
In Scotland jobbies means poop
#123 - glenncocoo (01/14/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Prehaps you already do, but if you realy want a job you could also look for jobs that are student exclusive. They often pay of less though, because they know of desperate students (hence student exclusive). I don't know how it is where you live, but there's plenty of those where I live.   
   
I don't know exactly what you're applying to but chances are, 100 other people are doing it too. So a important thing is to stick out from the crowd. Even little things help, like putting some colour or a picture on your application. Looking up about the company is good too, learn their values, mottos, ect, show them you feel the same way, strive for the same things.   
If you don't have a lot of experiance, use it to your advantage and stress how you're willing to work, want to do a good job, bring out your  (I'm sure) charming personality. Even mention something your not to good at, but that you aim to be better at, you want to learn, you** want** to improve, you want to do a good job, and you're going to.   
   
Also calling them up again is really good; see it as a must. When theres 200 applications, you've got to make sure they remember you. Call them a week or two after you sent it in and ask them if they got it, where are you in the progress, did your application match their needs, get in few more good words about yourself ect. Try to mention your name as much as possible. Ask them at the beginning if you är disturbing them, quickly let them know you're not trying to sell anything (besides yourself you stud).     
   
Just loosen up and stay tight at the same and you'll be grand ez pez.
Prehaps you already do, but if you realy want a job you could also look for jobs that are student exclusive. They often pay of less though, because they know of desperate students (hence student exclusive). I don't know how it is where you live, but there's plenty of those where I live.

I don't know exactly what you're applying to but chances are, 100 other people are doing it too. So a important thing is to stick out from the crowd. Even little things help, like putting some colour or a picture on your application. Looking up about the company is good too, learn their values, mottos, ect, show them you feel the same way, strive for the same things.
If you don't have a lot of experiance, use it to your advantage and stress how you're willing to work, want to do a good job, bring out your (I'm sure) charming personality. Even mention something your not to good at, but that you aim to be better at, you want to learn, you** want** to improve, you want to do a good job, and you're going to.

Also calling them up again is really good; see it as a must. When theres 200 applications, you've got to make sure they remember you. Call them a week or two after you sent it in and ask them if they got it, where are you in the progress, did your application match their needs, get in few more good words about yourself ect. Try to mention your name as much as possible. Ask them at the beginning if you är disturbing them, quickly let them know you're not trying to sell anything (besides yourself you stud).

Just loosen up and stay tight at the same and you'll be grand ez pez.
#218 - triplexrated **User deleted account** (01/15/2014) [-]
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#10 - ludvig (01/14/2014) [+] (23 replies)
>be dane fag.
> been working since i was 16 part time in a discount supermarket
> after the danish gymnasium, what you would call college, decide to work full time.
> 9 months of full time, now im a store manager.
> earn about 76800$ a year
> in three years im going to be a district manager.
> be 21.
> MFW. i hire young people and they havent got any work experience at the age of 20

If you want a job, then first of all, apply anywhere, not just good places.




#11 to #10 - lordaurion (01/14/2014) [-]
It's not that simple dude. If you live in a tiny town that you've only been in for a year or two no one will give you a job because they'd rather give it to Jimmy Bob their son goes to school with or Bob Joe, their friend's son. I applied at a gas station and got two interviews, had work experience, lived within walking distance and got beat out by some 16 year old.
#166 - allinallout **User deleted account** (01/14/2014) [+] (5 replies)
getting a job is easy. getting a good job is hard.
#106 - novabird ONLINE (01/14/2014) [-]
parents said i needed a job... so they hired me!   
(hey, at least they know i won't steal from them)
parents said i needed a job... so they hired me!
(hey, at least they know i won't steal from them)
#95 - ilickassholes (01/14/2014) [-]
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