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What's the best job u ever had

Mine was when I did a temp job at Burton’s Biscuits. There wasn’t much to do but test the biscuits And drink tea

The best job i ever had was my first job i ever had. I worked 3 shifts the work was interesting and dynamic and i got along with coworkers. I was fired a year and a half later. I guess they weren´t satisfied with my performance. Oh well. It was my first job and i wasn´t experienced so i forgive myself. Maybe i could work there again sometimes i don´t think i burned my bridge there im sure id be able to keep a job now.

Yes it’s hard to make some employers understand people with schiz. It’s hard to get them have faith in u again. Sadly I can’t do paid work one but I keep eye out for a few hours a week. Not much out there but I keep hope

I don’t know if it was the best because I got minimum wage, but being a college tutor because it was easy. Made my own schedule. Wish I was qualified to get those high paying tutor jobs that pay $30 an hour. My friend had one. I’m actually thinking about studying for the SAT so I can be a tutor and make $20 an hour. I feel like I need adderall to do this.

I used to work as a security guard. I t was rhe best job I ever had. The job was so easy and I was able to put in long hours, 60-70 hrs per week. There was nothing demanding of mr and I would be able to read newspaper after newspaper and listen to the radio.

The job would be even better now with the internet able to be accessed.

@karl
Money for nothing (and chicks for free) :smiley:

Easy, an engineer for a bank. Heavily involved in the introduction and integration of a new system.

Age 22-24, worked as a Security Officer for ~24 hrs per week. I got to enjoy lots of free-time at my main job, and the side jobs at theaters I would sometimes get to enjoy the live event. Sometimes the crowds were quite lo-fi and everything worked out on its own just fine. It was all in Milwaukee.

It’s a toss up between being a corpsman in the military and a rodman in a surveying crew. One was indoors and the other outdoors which I liked the most seeing different parts of the city. But i did like to travel when I was in the military. I did not like being indoors all day and not see the sun.

Thank you for your service

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Working for my dad, as a detailer at an auto body shop.

I took a semester break from college and worked in a children’s home. Compared to the stress of school, it was a breeze.

Currently living is the best job I have.

Translation for the neive = It was all a bunch of ■■■■■■■■.

my current job, I work sales for the paper. running a close second is working an auditing job for the film industry.

The one I’m currently in it’s amazing. Having good coworkers that I get on with really helps

Park Ranger for two years. I worked by myself patrolling parks on foot or in a truck. it was my best job but it actually wasn’t that great. It got boring a lot of the time because there was a lot of sitting around. I also had to clean restrooms and empty garbage cans. But it was still a cool job to have.

My janitor job now isn’t bad. It’s a little harder now that my back is messed up but it’s still the easiest job I’ve ever had and I’m relatively comfortable with doing it.

I was domestic violence counselor for women. I found it fulfilling, I was able to see the immediate results of my efforts, and was the first time I realized I could be a contribution to society.

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Leading people out on trails by horseback. I got paid to do what I love, riding horses.

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Recently: babysitting for $20 per hour 6-8 hours weekdays

Short term: riding assistant, made $800 for working there for most of the summer

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