Why don't jobs work around others?
January 30, 2017 10:51pm CST
When I was younger I always worked 2 to 3 jobs at a time. Not one would complain. So for example I worked full time nights, part time days, then odd job afternoons. But most were reasonable working with you. I never call in sick, and always early, etc. Well now that I need multiple jobs, and want a little more to save money. Can I find one? NOPE! I find they all question why I work numerous jobs and why I want another. I don't know how someone could live off 1 full time income and support themselves.
3 people like this
31 Jan 17
I think that since there are so many unemployed people, that are not even part of the statistics because they are not on EI that employers want to be fair and try to allow for those individuals to have a job. I don't really see the point as many who aren't working are not working as a result of personal choices they have made and someone like yourself should be allowed to prove themselves as a good and reliable worker.
• Toronto, Ontario
1 Feb 17
A number of years ago I was laid off from 2 of my jobs within 2 weeks. I was unemployed for 3 months. I took any job offer that was given in all honest. I was making $200 on unemployment a month (not enough to cover a bill). But I agree I know many who work enough to get unemployment then when it cuts off work enough. I am not sure why or how they figure it out with applying for jobs. They can look at my resume and see I have always worked number of jobs also for years (5+ years each job).