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need to get out of there - September 6th 2009, 10:39 PM

I seriously need to get out of my job its getting worse i was getting to the point of not wanting to be there anymore a few months ago and ive just been signed of for 4 weeks had a week back and already its doing my head in i think ive just stepped outside the box and can see now the way there treating me i cant take it anymore i just cant wwalk out of it into nothing but finding a new job right now with the recession its soo difficult


im just so tired of being here
suppresed by all my childish fears

these wounds wont seem to heal
this pain is just too real
theres just too much that time cannot erase

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Re: need to get out of there - September 10th 2009, 12:16 PM

I know 100% how you feel. I just recently had a job as well and I love to work, I've never had attendance problems and always got along with the customers and coworkers.

This job just made me come home crying every day. I got treated badly by my coworkers and called names about my skin color (and no folks, it's not always whites calling blacks names - it's reversed too.)

10 hour long shifts with them having me do things exactly what I didn't want to do. I applied to be cashier, when the store opened I was on the floor, when I told the manager I enjoyed the layoway training and wouldn't mind working there tomorrow, he said okay and the next day he had me unloading a truck with some guys.

Come on. I'm a 5'0" girl helping 4 big men unload a truck.
I wanted to quit so badly, and I have to say I ended up doing so after I came home and discussed things with my boyfriend (I didn't want to do it without coming to him since we live together)

He felt it'd be better for me to quit.


Now, after that long talk:

If you're worried about the recession and looking bad for being unemployed and so forth - you can always do what I recently started doing.

I'm going to start doing volunteer work so I'm active and it looks good on my resume. You can continue looking for a job but staying active and doing something for your community is a thing employers really like seeing on resumes.



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