My first job when i was 16 was being a waiter.. It was very stressy for me cuz I looked like I was 13 years old.. And it was at the coast in the season so it was very busy. Lot's of stress, but I learned to adapt and it gave me life experience for the better.
My first job was in a medical office. I loved the back office work. I loved my patients. But the doctor and other co workers were horrible. Very abusive. I should have sued them but instead I cowered in a fetal position and quit. I never went back to that line of work.
My first real job was a working in a shoe store, fitting and selling shoes. I didn't even make it through the first day. After handling a few sweaty and stinky feet, I quit.
My first and only job lasted 321/2 years at the telephone company.
My very first job was as a "Painter" working with my best friend in his family's business . . . That didn't last too long though.
I was then a Dishwasher/Busboy for a few years. I absolutely LOVED it . . . There is nothing like your first real independent thing where you earn your own money. I remember the Music that was playing on the radio, the feeling coming into work and leaving it . . . The freedom it menat for me.
Aside from babysitting, my first job was as a bank secretary at the age of 17 .... Started two weeks after high school graduation in 1965. I felt good about it, even taking the bus downtown every morning. I could finally contribute to the expenses at home and buy my mom a few nice things after all the sacrifices she had made for me over the years.
Silly and unefective.
My first job was near the sea)
Yes, I remember my first job. I worked as a salesgirl in a
clothing store for 2 years. At the beginning I felt very confident and excited, as my cousin was also
employed there. However, after 13-14 months, I started to feel bored, since
I had to do the same things every day.