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Pouring concrete for a local contractor. Promised myself I would never do that again for a living... and haven't.
I was a dishwasher at a local family owned restaurant. The job was actually quite fun. Yes, I did just say I had fun washing dishes. I got all the free food I wanted to eat as well.
I started working in a local supermaket as a cashier two years before I graduated from high school. I did not know then that this experience would teach me very vauable lessons which I carried throughout my working career.
I'm grateful to have started at an early age.
I was a babysitter for a number of years, until I became old enough to get a "real" job where I could pay taxes and such. The first "real" job I had was in the seasonal toy and Christmas trim department of a retail store. I was a combination salesperson/stockperson/cashier and very excited to make $1.75 an hour, as minimum wage was $1.60 at the time.
I worked every summer in a chicken factory in France, where my father works. I used the money to pay for my driving courses to get my license. I kept some of the money for college as well.
I worked at Orange Julius/Dairy Queen as a cashier! It was actually pretty bad. I stopped after three months.
My first job was mowing lawns. I started with the neighbors then I began calling real-estate agents selling in our neighborhood and would mow the lawns once every two weeks for them. One of the lawns I mowed was Lance Von Ericks' who was a big wrestling star at the time in Texas which I thought was the coolest thing in the world or maybe it was his girlfriend that would sunbath on the deck when I mowed the lawn.
I was a lifeguard at a local pool. I got a great tan, got to have fun with kids all day & worked with friends. Also, I learned the responsibility of money & working for it!!! Best job as a 14 year old, I'd say
A first job is not something that any of us are likely to forget. I was thinking way back to my very first job of which I am so thankful for. It meant so much to me to have a kind employer from the get go. I know not all are so lucky. read more
by Chuck Nugent5 years ago
What was your first job as a teenager and what did you learn from it?A first job is a person's entry into the labor market. While many first jobs require few, if any, skills and frequently don't teach the employee...
by viktoriiya4 years ago
I am trying to search for a new career choice and don't know which direction I should go. Any advice on jobs right now?
by Sally Gulbrandsen9 months ago
Do you have any experience of working from home and if so, how has it worked out?
by TONYKIARIE8 years ago
Please tell the universe
by Valerie Washington5 years ago
How old were you when you first started working and what was your first job?For me, it was 2 weeks before my 16th birthday when I started working. I was a waitress at Bakers Square in Michigan.
by Sherri5 years ago
What was your first paid job?How old were you? How much did it pay? What did you learn from it?
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