What was your first Job?

@Danniet (377)
United States
November 19, 2006 3:53pm CST
Did you love it or hate it? My first job was the typical Mcdonalds and it wasn't so bad mostly because I had fun wih other coworkers.
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@ruby1459 (2603)
• United States
30 Nov 06
My first job was at Sushi restaurant in Japan when I was a high school.I love sushi and people who I worked with were mostly had family or older people and they were very nice.I could eat a healthy and yummy food every day and worked at good place.good old memory :)
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@tentwo67 (3384)
• United States
30 Nov 06
Technically, my first paying job was when I was on teen board for a local department store. We got paid for being in fashion shows, etc. I don't really count that as a job. For one thing, it was never a whole lot of hours, but it was great fun. After that, my first actual job that I worked for a paycheck was at a frozen yogurt store. I liked it and disliked it at the same time. I hated the days when I had to make wafflecones because I felt like I went home smelling like a great big waffle cone myself! One thing that definitely didn't happen for me is working there for about 2 years didn't ever make me tired of eating frozen yogurt or ice cream. I still love them both! Also, since it was soft serve and I was trained on how to properly put it in a cup or cone, whenever I eat at a buffet restaurant I find myself being asked to make desserts for my family because I make them prettier than most people! hee hee
@denzelino (270)
• Germany
23 Nov 06
when i was 15 i was a paperboy:-)
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@Zhanec (1653)
• Malaysia
23 Nov 06
my 1st job was fun..but tiring.I'm a cereal seller .
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@brokentia (10396)
• United States
19 Nov 06
I agree with you. My first job was in a Taco Bell. aaaaahhhhh Taco Bell, I think I could eat there almost everyday and not be tired of it....but in the south, they also have Choco Tacos at Taco Bell. Anyways, I worked all the different areas of Taco Bell...cashier, drive thru, cook, line, prep...it wasn't too bad. I, too, think it was the people that was there that made it enjoyable. We got our work done and then we could talk and joke. Which helped us know each other better and rely on each other...making the work easier because we respect one another. Sadly, I don't think it is that way these days now. Most people are out for themselves and don't know how to spell teamwork.
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