My First Job Essay

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  • My First Job

    When imagining your first job, you think that it is going to be a piece of cake, but in reality, it is not a bed of roses. You have always been taught as a child that you have to work to put food on the table and a roof over your head. When I was looking for my first job, I thought that working would be interesting and fun but oh, boy I was wrong. On the other hand, I liked the idea of being independent and having the opportunity to make my own money and be able to earn it. When you are going to college the best jobs for students is in fast food industry because the turnover is greater. They are more likely to work with your schedule so you can work and go to school. This way you can put little money away to pay for school or other…

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  • My First Job Analysis

    The first thing I looked forward to by the end of my first week was to sleep all weekend long, however I have already gotten so use to my work schedule that even on the weekends I woke up early. In Chapter 3, of our reading text discussed is, personal growth and how an internship experience offers you a tremendous opportunity to grow and develop as a person. I came out here two weeks before school started because the job asked me how soon could I start, and I wanted to make sure it was right…

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  • The Importance Of My First Job

    There are many points in my life, when I recall being very proud of myself for achieving goals and accomplishments. One particular point in my life would be when I got my first job. Getting my first job was very big and important to me. The reason the job was so important to me was because it gave me a sense independence, considering I was one of those spoiled rotten kids. It might seem like the perfect life for some to always get what you want, regardless of being a child or adult, but when…

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  • My First Job In Colombia

    At 6:00 am, I stood in front of my apartment building, squinting at the sun rising over the Andes Mountains when a black bullet proof van started to pull in. The van proceeded to pull up directly in front of me and I was alone. Normally, I would run for my life, consumed by fright and confusion. However, I felt excitement; my life was about to change forever. I was about to begin my first job, at sixteen, over 2000 miles from home, as a summer hire at the United States Embassy in Bogota,…

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  • My First Job Experience

    During my time at Cincinnati State, I incurred a variety of different skills that were beneficial to taking on different tasks in the real world. For instance, in order to get my first job, I learned the process of applying, getting an interview, and landing the job. The process was not easy to forgo as I spent countless hours trying to perfect my resume as well as my scripts if I landed an interview. There are many different techniques and roads to take when it comes to work. I may have…

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  • My First Job Narrative

    Stumbling from my comfortable bed, I seized my dainty, lavender alarm clock in a groggy, yet hasty attempt to silence the dreadful clanging it was emitting. In the sudden, blessed silence; now completely awake, butterflies began stir in my stomach and my pulse quickened, my heart in my throat. This was the morning I was to begin my first job. My heart and mind were crowded with feelings of excitement and dread. It was July 15, 1972, two weeks prior to my fourteenth birthday. Dressed in…

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  • Getting My First Job

    Getting my first job might have been one of the most significant challenges I have faced and overcome. Only fifteen with economic struggles within my family, I felt like I needed to come forward and help my parents by working. I was never asked for help from my family thinking I was too young to be responsible. Once I turned sixteen, I thought it would have been easy to get any starting jobs. Boy was I wrong. Frustration grew inside me, patience got smaller, but the search did not stop.…

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  • A Work In Progress: My First Job

    the first job is the most important one you’ll ever have. Some people may agree and others may not. I believe that a first job will have an extraordinary impact on your future careers and can teach you very many valuable lessons. We all know that our first job isn’t exactly going to be our dream job but it is up to the person wether they want to work hard and do the best they can. As soon as I walked in I can smell hot french fries and the very famous “Whopper” burgers. This is a smell…

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  • Importance Of My First Job Experience

    myself and face yourself. For example what is my advantages and what is my disadvantages. What I can do or could not do. In this test I know that I’m a lonely person, in fact, I am a lonely person.…

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  • Personal Narrative: My First Job

    I got my first job at Walmart. It was a new, and exciting experience. I got to learn a new part of life. In life there are many stepping stones, and things that are expected of me to do so. We all have to get our first job, learn to budget, ride a bike, and work with others. I applied for Walmart online; after I was told by customer service that it is the only way to do so. I went home afterwards, and had my mom help me apply for my job. I went on my computer to look for the website, and it…

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