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I started working at the public library in my hometown when I was 15. I put books away, 6mos later, they promoted me to periodicals (magazines and newspapers) shortly after that, they moved me to the front desk. Now I'm full time there with full benefits and an office. I maintain a million dollar sorting system and a bunch of other stuff...
So yea... I've been at the same place for 8 years. They keep promoting me, so I'm not complaining.
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Wal-Mart. I was a stockman, basically a glorified title of someone who is managements puppet. Cleaning bathrooms, gathering carts, lifting heavy stuff for old people, and craming power wheel trucks in Yugo's. Good times. I made whopping $4.05 per hour. They treated us like crap to say the least.
I worked a Industrial Design Company (We worked on the Infinium Labs Phantom, the weird video game system that never came out and a bunch of other cool stuff, like Polaris Personal Watercraft), just cleaning and getting supplies.
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I was lucky enough to get a job working in some minor-construction stuff. I laid down telephone cable underground in my neighborhood; the pay was (under the table) $10/hour, and about 10 hours a day ($100 flat / day).
Walmart started me out at 6.75 an hour, i left a year later for Disney... Then Universal, currently still at Universal but I work in the magic shop inside Universal..
dude, I was there last month and probably saw you without even knowing.
my first job was at the local car wash being a "wiper" I dried the cars when they came out of the tunnel. $10/hour plus tips because it was during the winter months and they couldn't keep employees during the winter. I used to skip school to work overtime, it was fun.