you always get people saying "i hate my job" have you ever had a job you hated?

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#1
can be your present one or a past one and for what ever reason?

for me - there have been parts i have disliked about the jobs but in general they have been ok.
#3
Lifeguard at an indoor pool. Usually play Super Smash Bros, read, or write some music on my laptop. During the school year I usually get my homework done there. So overall, its quite boring but I get paid to finish homework



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#4
I enjoyed parts of my job but more enjoyed the people I worked with
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#5
I worked with the janitors of my high school for a summer. It wasn't bad all the time but it had its moments.
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#7
I hated my job on checkouts, that infernal fucking bleeping, the terrible hours and having to force yourself to be nice to customers who most probably don't want you to talk to them, but you have to because your supervisor says so.
#9
working as a porter in a shitty nightclub. I did it for three nights and then quit because fvck that noise. it was a 21+ club, formal wear, nice building and overpriced drinks. and the people in there were the biggest cvnts in the country. A bunch of drunk 30 somethings with over inflated egos desperately trying to cling onto their youth and trying to stay hip and cool. The women were all horrible, stick up bitches, who were very drunk, loud and just unpleasant. And the guys were all starting fights with anything that moved. My first night working I had two different groups of twats try to start a fight with me

The money was ok, but I only did it because I needed some money to tide me over until my student loan came through, so I got about £200 from those 3 nights and then quit. It just wasn't worth it, at all. I couldn't face that week in week out as I'd just snap one night and punch of the twats

The only thing that I liked about it was the people that I was working with were really nice, all about my age, all got on. They were trying to get me to stay but I was adamant that I was never going back
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#10
I worked for 3 days at a Chuck E Cheese as a bus boy. It sucked ass. Cleaning up after people, wearing the rat costume and walking in crowded areas. After I quit, I inspired another guy to quit.

Then I worked at a store selling school uniforms. It was alright but the AC broke and it was during the summer.

During the weekends I work at a Toys R Us. I used to hate it but now that I'm only there during the weekends and my friends are still there it's more of a chill job.
#11
low paying hospitality jobs are for the most part, utter shit. lack of professionalism and health and safety standards, vile people, degrading etc.

you know a workplace is bullshit when customers treat you better than the establishment
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#13
I'm effectively my own boss so it's all pretty good. Can get annoying when "staff" are less than punctual and effective and try and excuse it with nonsense reasons however.
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#14
My least favorite job was working at Dollar General. The rest were pretty decent, even though they were mostly retail, because I had good coworkers. I'd prefer a job that has less interaction with idiots (read: people), but so far the majority of my work has been just thag.
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#15
I've hated every job I've ever had at some point for one reason or another. Even the good ones.
#17
I hate getting up sometimes, but my jobs are always good. One time I worked 5 years in a creative job with a pool table, bar, not much work to do and $50 an hr
#18
it was a retail job & it paid a lot considering I just had to stand around and talk to my coworkers but 1) my coworkers mostly sucked 2) that store is actually used in teaching as an example of what not to do in management. I quit because I was getting too busy and they kept making me buy clothes from them and the policies got stricter.

There were 4 managers there I liked and one of them keeps asking me to come back and be a manager too. No way
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#19
Yeah I hate my job. But I also hate myself and my every day life, so I dunno how much of that hate is really directed at the job.
#20
I don't totally hate my job, it's just that the head honcho at the store can't make a schedule to save her life, so I'm constantly being called in to pick up extra hours. We have an absolutely massive sale going on right now, and I was the only one in to clean after closing last night. Total. Bullshit.
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I don't totally hate my job, it's just that the head honcho at the store can't make a schedule to save her life, so I'm constantly being called in to pick up extra hours. We have an absolutely massive sale going on right now, and I was the only one in to clean after closing last night. Total. Bullshit.



I'm so surprised by how many managers can't make schedules. I've had issues with that at every job but my most recent was the worst. There were 25 employees, but I was the only one aside from the store owner and three managers/supervisors that was scheduled to work more than three days a week. And kids were calling out everyday so I was always forced to cover anyone's shift even when I maybe had 2 or 3 days off a month. I was basically paid an associates wage but was guilt/forced into doing all the managers responsibilities. I kept telling them I needed more time off so I could actually go to college. But because my managers were teen moms and working with food in their 30s to them I wasn't allowed to better myself.
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#22
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Yeah I hate my job. But I also hate myself and my every day life, so I dunno how much of that hate is really directed at the job.

This except I definitely do hate my job. Especially since working on night crew is the ****ing worst. I didn't have a social life at all before, but I at least had the illusion of me possibly getting friends one day. Now that I'm asleep during the daytime it's impossible. Y'all don't even know loneliness.
#23
I hated my last job.
It was telesales/customer service, though the constant "f' off" replies from people weren't that bad, I just brushed that off.

It was just a bad place filled with awful people that had their heads up their arses. The boss (and other superiors) constantly made me and very few others do things that aren't in the 'telesales' or 'customer service' job description such as moving furniture from room to room and ripping up floor boards (yea, you read that correctly).
I wouldn't have been that bothered about doing it if if I was employed to do DIY. This especially annoyed me since one guy in that office used to do that stuff for a living. There were also bigger guys working there that could have moved stuff a lot easier considering I was told to move some pretty big/heavy stuff that they could have done more easily.

Aside from that, I could also tell it was a failing business (proven since closed a few months after I left). The way they got the numbers for us to ring was shoddy (literally the yellow pages) which meant I was ringing the same people every few weeks which obviously lead to frustration for them and for me when I knew before I rang they would be annoyed. The 'boss' was always putting things off which led to a whole lot of nothing happening.
There was also a constant lack of something to do which lead to me playing games on my laptop constantly (whilst I was doing my job), which isn't actually that fun when I expect to be working.


I left when the boss told me to move all the tables from a downstairs office to the upstairs office and I replied with "move your own f'ing tables".
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#24
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i hate capitalism.

So you are a communist? Not judging, just asking.

Capitalism allows you to work your ass off and reap the rewards. Communism, you work your ass off and everyone else reaps your rewards. Think about it.
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#25
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So you are a communist? Not judging, just asking.

Capitalism allows you to work your ass off and reap the rewards. Communism, you work your ass off and everyone else reaps your rewards. Think about it.

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#26
I would love my job but I have to work together with people. I like people, I just don't like working with people. So I hate it.
#27
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So you are a communist? Not judging, just asking.

Capitalism allows you to work your ass off and reap the rewards. Communism, you work your ass off and everyone else reaps your rewards. Think about it.

Yeah Eastwinn you're either for America or for communist dictator fascism


think about it
#28
I hated my last job so much that I resigned after just one week. I was receptionist/administration assistant of a shitty hotel that was on the verge of bankrupt. My boss was a nut job, he believed he was highlander or something.
#29
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Which what made my last job sucked. I worked as a air conditioning mechanic. So I had ONE coworker and he was on 4 different kinds of drugs a day. I couldn't work there for longer than a month.
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#30
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I worked for 3 days at a Chuck E Cheese as a bus boy. It sucked ass. Cleaning up after people, wearing the rat costume and walking in crowded areas. After I quit, I inspired another guy to quit.

Then I worked at a store selling school uniforms. It was alright but the AC broke and it was during the summer.

During the weekends I work at a Toys R Us. I used to hate it but now that I'm only there during the weekends and my friends are still there it's more of a chill job.

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#31
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So you are a communist? Not judging, just asking.


i'm a socialist. depending on who you ask, that's synonymous with communism or a broader genre in which communism is a subgenre.
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#33
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i'm a socialist. depending on who you ask, that's synonymous with communism or a broader genre in which communism is a subgenre.

Ok..fair answer.
#34
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Yeah Eastwinn you're either for America or for communist dictator fascism


think about it


Now you see, I never said that. I was explaining the difference between the two. I asked a simple question because I was curious why he hated capitalism.
#35
I've only ever had one job I liked and one job I hated. The other jobs were at times shitty but generally tolerable.
#36
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I'm sure he did but what does that have to do with my question?
#37
Working at some guys house for $7/hour doing all his labor around the house. It was my first job and I didn't know any better, but now that I look back at it I never would have even talked to that guy for $7/hour.

Many jobs I've had where I hated it, then I got a career and that all changed.
#38
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I'm sure he did but what does that have to do with my question?


It showed a very skewed and limited understanding of political economics about on par with what one could expect from someone with a grade 9 reading level.
#39
when i was a courtesy clerk (push carts, fill bags, trash,clean spills, that kinda thing) at the grocery store i work at i did it for 8 months and was done with it. it really did hate that job, but i got moved inside and its all good now for the most part.
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#40
I worked at a comic book store for one day. Dullest job ever. Unload stacks of bundled comics and organize them by title, all the while listening to some idiot go on about how wonderful Lillian Axe was.
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