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Old 10-09-20, 10:15 AM
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Your best job, your worst job?

I have a very myriad employment history over the years. It wasn't until I was in my late 20's that I found the field I am in now, and have held quite a few long terms of employment.

I think my favorite job was working with a coral reef/salt water/freshwater fish and aquarium shop. It was a super cool experience and I worked with a lot of great folks. In all of the thing I have done to earn a living this one was the least like work to me and long days meant nothing. It was sort of like all the advantages of marine biology without the degree or student debt. Had a hand in a lot of beautiful creations. The shop was really nice, in a good location, and partnered with the other location across town we carried all the nice equipment and livestock. I had GORGEOUS reef tanks in my home, salt water fish tanks with creatures and sands that you cannot find any more. It was a super cool and sometimes rowdy place to work and a lot of good memories were made there.

It took me many years to realize the worst place I worked. I mean, I did retail and fast food which are both pretty horrible in their own way but the retrospect of age has shown me that all in all they still weren't that bad. No....the WORST was a print shop I worked for a short time. This place was a small print shop that somehow came onto the enormous training manual project. We were printing the "spiral notebook" style guides used for the then current IT training industry. The booklets had the indexed pages and I worked the machine that cut that edge off to show them, along with collating.
When it was a small shop they had something like 5 working employees and two management that at that time were also working. Almost to the day that they landed the big contract they left the old building, rented this HUGE space, tripled (or more) the number of employees. Each of the original people were moved up to this make-believe management position, paid well more than they were worth and the whole 'upgraded' work force was hired in at barely more than minimum wage. What made it so bad, aside from the dungeon like working conditions, was that every single one of the "now management" group were buying supercars on the regular and driving them to work in a "special" parking area up front. The rest of us had to park across from the docks where cars were regularly hit by semi trucks. I have never worked anywhere that the divide between the blue and white was so large and flaunted.
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Well... I once worked in a brewery...
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Worst job I ever had for one day? Door to door selling knock off brand cologne and perfume. I answered an ad in a newspaper that was vague about what the job was. Turned out to be a pyramid scheme style company. Age 22.

Worst job I ever had for one year? I created holes for a sign company. I drilled holes in steel and concrete or dug holes in the ground. A Hilti hammer drill and gasoline powered auger were my everyday tools. Age 18 to 19.

Best job I ever had? My current job as a traveling service tech around the years 2001 to 2003. I was moving up, my salary was the best compared to the cost of living, and we had good benefits. I've been in this industry since 1987 (age 22), and with this company since 1995.

Sadly, benefits went away in 2016 much like most small companies I know. Same with my wife, she worked for a large company up to 2016 and had good benefits. Now she's with a small company with no benefits.

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Old 10-09-20, 10:56 AM
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Well... I once worked in a brewery...
Lol, I worked for a bakery at one point that was at the time the supplier for all the local Durden Steak and Ale and Olive Garden locations bread and desserts. In the mornings I would come in and empty all the trash and such from the 1/2 capacity night shift which finished up quite a few hours before I came in. They were not allowed to go out to the trash at night, for good cause....but part of my job was to walk around first and pop the blown dough with a stick we had specific to the purpose. Plenty of yeasty, alcohol smell. It honestly may be why I don't prefer to drink beer now.
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I was a table games dealer in a nice, upscale casino for 3 years. The first week seemed like a year. Nothing they taught you in dealer school can prepare you for people who are drinking free booze and gambling money they can not afford to lose. I eventually settled into the job. The camaraderie with my co-workers was the best I experienced at any job and the money was great. After 3 years I gave 2 weeks notice. Those final 2 weeks seemed an eternity.
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Old 10-09-20, 12:37 PM
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Worst job, dishwasher in high school. Next worst job, almost anything retail especially at Christmas time. Honorable mention, lasted one week at local Humane Society. Just too depressing.

The tech jobs I've had are the best. My pay went up exponentially compared to retail. I've had a genuine good time working with some of the people over the years. I did not like on call, but I have not had to do that for a while now.
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The worst was as a dish washer in high school lasted til I got a job at a dept store a month later.

The best was as a full-time musician, that lasted about 10 years til I started my own business... which would be my best job if wasn't for the owner being a JERK.
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Old 10-09-20, 01:08 PM
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I probably should have stayed on at San Diego Marine's machine shop as they liked my work and I liked doing the large lathe work and had the good fortune to have worked at shops to learn and develop some skills rarely used anymore but nevertheless sometimes needed. And that was the shop that needed it. That was my favorite job.
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But I didn't find my way into the trade until I turned 30 and so I was hungry for knowledge in other aspects of the field and wanted to learn CNC programming on the mills. So I left there to embark on yet another learning journey in other machine shops. I did fine but I always missed being able to impress my employers as much as I could on medium to large manual lathe work.

In my 20s I did all kinds of work: I did a lot of paving, both hotmix and seal coating. Driving a chip spreader was another thing I was pretty good at after having pulled the belt levers for a lot of other operators and learning by watching them. But my employers were non union at the time (not that I'm a fan of unions because my experience with them wasn't usually positive) and it didn't pay that well and they didn't cover any travel expenses whereas seal coat paving crews usually travel a lot.

I've done some pretty hard work jobs. Raked hotmix in Phoenix, in the summer, for a parking lot paver. Worked on the scrubbing line of a very busy carwash. All the real grime on cars is under the doorline so you're bending and scrubbing 12 hours a day when the cars are back to back. Worked as a Burner and Shipfitter in a shipyard. I've run a couple of derelict downtown hotels where I wound up in fights sometimes. But that's the only war stories I've got, lol.

My worse job I guess was as a B grade movie theatre usher for about two weeks, or until i got a paycheck. It wasn't hard or anything more than it just made me feel undignified since I wasn't a kid anymore. They measured me for uniforms but i quit the day they came in, which also happened to be payday. I said: "Sorry. Can't bring myself to wear it. I quit." It's amazing what you might do for a paycheck when you're broke sometimes. And i was kind of ruthless about quitting without notice when in my 20s.
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Certainly the most fun was selling newspapers in various locations around the Portsmouth seafront in UK during a few college vacations (I worked nights at a bakery) in the early 1970s. My supplier - a cockney who always had a cigarette stuck to his lower lip - was always trying to charge me for more papers than I had received, but that was part of the game. A few experiences:
Selling to crowds of people sitting on the walls at the harbour entrance waiting tor round-the world yachtsman Alec Rose to arrive (people mostly wanted something to sit on so I recommended the Times, which was bulky and expensive)
Selling to folks in deckchairs along the beach (often wearing Gumbies- style knotted handkerchiefs on their heads) ahead of a woman in a bikini who was giving prizes to people who had bought the newspaper I was selling
The London papers travelled by train with a blank strip on the back where breaking news and racing results were printed on arrival in Portsmouth ("Stop Press") . When I stepped out with my new batch yelling "3.30 winners!" my rival with the local paper would jump out in front of me yelling "4.00 winners!".
For a while I sold at a railway station where people transferred from the Isle of Wight Ferry to the London train. They weren't interested in buying papers when they were lumbered with luggage and children but I would avoid the stationmaster and board the train to sell to them once they had settled down. My watch was carefully set to British Rail time and I had to jump off the train just a few seconds before it was due to pull out. A few awkward moments giving change but I never got stuck on the train.
I suppose one of the worst experiences was when I was working at a cardboard box factory one year. The machine kept getting gummed up with glue and paper and this guy trained me to fix it and keep it running. He told be he was about to retire and really pleased to be able to leave "his" machine in good hands, and was pretty upset when I had to break it to him that I was a student and would be leaving soon as well.

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Originally Posted by Zinger View Post
It's amazing what you might do for a paycheck when you're broke sometimes. And i was kind of ruthless about quitting without notice when in my 20s.
I worked with a carpet layer, friends father for a short time. One of the jobs I put a hole in the front door of an apt. with the carpet roll as I came in. They were hollow core, standard size door. Yes, like you would use on the inside of your house, for a front door. The "holder" on the back of the door on hinge went through the door. I quickly moved that to another hinge to keep the knob from making a dent in the wall and agreed that I would come back the next day (on the weekend) to replace the door, which was all of $40 at West Lumber exactly the same and precut for the hinges and knob.
I go to the apt and the door was already repaired. Get to work and find that the owner had deducted the repair to pay some professional that made more than I did on the job as compared to my week. I didn't agree to it, or even know until pay day. My quitting that job was kicking the owners ass, and almost his son (my former friend) ass too.

Couldn't exactly put that on as a reference.
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Worse... Farm and Ranch especially post hole digging.

Best ... Professional Bad Influence and being the absolute ruling Monarch. Doing what the F I want when I want to and pissing of my critics. Motivates me to ride my bikes harder and farther. And of course rocking out all the time.
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Most fun job was a summer at a beer/hoagie/cheesesteak joint in my ‘hood. We also sold crack pipes, cookers and screens.
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Most fun job was a summer at a beer/hoagie/cheesesteak joint in my ‘hood. We also sold crack pipes, cookers and screens.
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Worse... Farm and Ranch especially post hole digging.

Best ... Professional Bad Influence and being the absolute ruling Monarch. Doing what the F I want when I want to and pissing of my critics. Motivates me to ride my bikes harder and farther. And of course rocking out all the time.
I worked in the orchards one summer in high school. We started at 6 moving sprinkler pipes. After lunch, we'd cut suckers with machetes. It was hot, exhausting, boring, and low-paid. Still, it wasn't as bad as the years I spent as a first level supervisor in a state agency.
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I worked in the orchards one summer in high school. We started at 6 moving sprinkler pipes. After lunch, we'd cut suckers with machetes. It was hot, exhausting, boring, and low-paid. Still, it wasn't as bad as the years I spent as a first level supervisor in a state agency.
The good side of agriculture type labor it will keep you in shape and/or get you in shape.
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Working for my brother in law's "landscaping company". I show up to work, and he drives me out to this Denney's type restaurant in his old pickup truck. He tells me, "OK pick up all the trash laying around the building", and he gives me a plastic trash bag and a stick with a nail at the end, no gloves. So I'm handling up all this filthy trash with my bare hands, and no way to wash them. While BIL sleeps in the truck. At lunch I bought a pair of gloves with my own money at Kmart, but still came down with impetigo about a week later, and was sick as a dog with that, had to go to the doc, and got permanent scars. With no offers of help whatsover from BIL.
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The good side of agriculture type labor it will keep you in shape and/or get you in shape.
Seriously. I couldn’t fit in my shirts by the end of the summer.
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Seriously. I couldn’t fit in my shirts by the end of the summer.
I used to get a lot of compliments on my "tan".
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Well I wouldn't call it the "worse" job I've had but I worked in the kitchen of a convalescent home setting up and breaking down food carts for the patients.
Most fun job but didn't pay well was working for America West Airlines (5 years) in just about every position you can think of in an airport airline job. Fun times.
Not as fun but still up there for me was driving for FedEx Express for 20 years.
Yeah you could say I enjoy outdoor jobs where no one looks over my shoulders.
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Worst job, dishwasher in high school.​​​​​
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Worse... Farm and Ranch especially post hole digging.
You have to be in range of a water hose for this trick. We have lotsa rocks in the ground where I live and I mean LOTSA rocks, some as big as a basketball . . . Everywhere. So I've learned to use a power wash nozzle on a garden hose to do some hydro-mining along with my spade . . . You still can't use post hole diggers here because of all the damned rocks.
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Worse: Heat treating steel parts. The positive was it motivated me to go to college.

Best: Land surveying instrument operator. Pay was crap, but outdoors all day and a fun crew. It paid for college.
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Worked retail sales for a large national chain store for a couple of years after High School. The days between Thanksgiving and Christmas were the worst; pressure to sell more, rude customers, and lousy pay.

Worst job was pumping gas at a full service gas station during winter here in CT. Had to open by 6:00AM and worked until 5:00, alone. Worked that job for a few months, left and never looked back.

While in High School I worked in a dairy making ice cream. Boss told us we could eat as much as we want, got sick of ice cream after a few weeks.

Best job was my career in the fire service. Started as a volunteer fire fighter in my home town a week after I turned 21 in 1982, a friend from school convinced me to join, it sounded interesting. Ended up getting hired full time 3 years later and retired in 2015 after 30 years of full time service, my last 5 years as fire chief.

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Best job I ever had was back in High school/college when I worked for a neighbor's pool cleaning/construction business. They needed extra help during the summer to clean pools for people going on vacation. I'd do the basic pool cleaning, and 'heavy' work I'd report back to the boss for follow-up by another crew. It was great for two reasons:
1) I got to see a lot of expensive homes and
2) It taught me that I never, ever want to have a backyard pool of my own - they're just money pits that require constant maintenance and upkeep.
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Best job I ever had was working for the state, in the Conservation Corps. Free food, free barracks, living in the mountains, and minimum wage, but you could save most of it. It was for 18-23 year olds, and it was about 2/3rd's men, 1/3rd women. The women were mostly hippie chicks .

Pretty cool job for a young person. I understand the program later got cut way back and they no longer have free housing, you have to provide your own. I've seen them recently working along highways like the inmates doing their DUI sentences, but we got to do cool stuff in the forest, firefighting, flood control, etc.
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Worst: Extrusion department at Alcoa aluminum. 19 years old. I was smart enough to realize it was a heck hole and got out after about 9 months.

Best: I worked in a city park for a year as a rec leader. Outside walking around 90% of the time. Not a care in the world.
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