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 No.5749

I am a guy from the sticks, but the time has come for me to move out. I am going to study in a big city, that I barelly know. Well, life in the sticks is all I experienced.
I will move in in two weeks and my plan is to get a job at McDonalds, get to know city-people and wait for college year to start.
Do you have any advices for me or words of courage?
By the way, someome explain me: what's the deal with restaurants? How do I know if I am suppossed to wait for a waitress or to just sit where I want? What to do if I want to sit in the garden in front of the restaurant? I have only been in fast food placesand these questions been bothering me for half of my life.

 No.5750

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> how to enter a restaurant
You talk to the first employee, you encounter after entering the establishment and announce your demands. If you want to sit next to the window and they have no table next to the window, you ask if they can get you a table next to the window. If they can't, you leave.

Don't take moving to the city lightly! Everywhere I see people getting all hyped for the possibilities and access a city provides, while completely ignoring the requirements and drawbacks of living in such vibrant places.

 No.5751

don't work at mcdonalds, it's one of the worst jobs you can do, if you are looking for job just stay away from big brands since they have mastered using 100% of they employes worktime

 No.5752

>>5751
This! Working at McDonald's made me extremely suicidal and develop a strong hatred for the general public.

 No.5756

>>5752
Working at any place in this business will grant you this hatred, mcd is nothing special.
Can't comment suicidal component tho.

 No.5757

>>5751
I second this, go for an on campus job. I’m currently a janitor at my school and while it sounds grueling, I barely do anything and usually stretch out my tasks by working at a slower pace. If you aren’t good with people and prefer little to no social interaction I’d recommend it.

 No.5758

>>5750
>You talk
>announce your demands
Understood. Thank you.
>Don't take moving to the city lightly!
Moving out is as big change in my life as getting my first computer. I wonder if I will regret it as much…

And about the job, I am still looking. Nearly all of half-time jobs I saw are fast food restaurants. I have got nice CV though, 5 months of internships in 3 different companies (mechanics and automation), all during high school.

Do they require all papers during interview? Because I do not have confirmation for 2 out of 3 months of work experience in one of the companies. I just lost them, can't really remember.

 No.5759

>>5758

>…getting my first computer. I wonder if I will regret it as much…

Oof, same here… I hope people move away from the obsession with preparing their kids for a digital world or whatever, folks don't need to grow up with constant computer/internet access

>Do they require all papers during interview? Because I do not have confirmation for 2 out of 3 months of work experience in one of the companies. I just lost them, can't really remember.

I never worked in fast food but the federal government is the only people I've ever seen that are worried about that. Most jobs I've applied for, they've *maybe* phoned my old boss. (assuming this is in America)

 No.5760

>>5757
Not OP but what other jobs could you recommend with little to no social interaction?

 No.5761

>>5759
Yeah, I hate it when I see little children with phones. There is nothing fun at being exposed to everything Internet contains and getting addicted to displays.

I doubt children will soon regret lost years of life, but I surely do.

 No.5762

>>5761
smartphones yeah. But kids should be able to get basic phones so they can call if there's an emergency or whatnot.

 No.5798

Get a job as a security guard. Its cleaner and will tire you out less than McD's

Try to get into software testing, QA. Its easy and it could turn into a career from there.

 No.5799

>>5750

Yes you are correct. But on the other hand all the high paying jobs are in the city not in the countryside. But yeah working minimum wage in a big city sucks.

 No.5800

>>5758

If your current CV is not working change it. Start lying, hire a company to give a fake job reference if you have to. Starting out in the job market is ruthless. A degree will not change this only experience matters

 No.5801

>>5798
How do I get into software testing?



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