I'm 21 years old and have always worked in the restaurant industry. I recently left my job working at a 24 hr diner b/c of financial, safety, and, moral reasons. I have a pretty good resume for being so young. I went to a culinary high school and am a certified bartender. I worked both in front and back of the house. I loved my last job good hours and good money considering I was only 15 when I started there. I only left because of relocation. My job at the diner was only suppose to be temporary, but for some reasom I stayed for 3 years. As I said before I am bartender certified they have a work placement program but it is only for 60 days from certification. Right after I passed my test I had to relocate to Georgia to help with my ill father-in-law. They could have placed me while there but I wasn't old enough to bartend there b/c I was 20 while there. Since I came back I worked at the diner while looking for another job. But I couldn't stay there. But I can't find a job I have been on countless interviews and many seem very hopeful. It always seems like something goes wrong last minute. By the way I'm not be picky I have tried everywhere. I just need a job where I can make some money to help out my husband with the bills b/c he doesn't make very much money. Any suggestions b/c I'm tired of all the struggling. With all the interviews I'm losing what little money I do have on travel.
What about working at home, I know of a good job that you may like
I don't know what to tell you except maybe for now you should look at other possibilities. Not that you want to but if money is tight , do what you got to.
Good lucksorry I forgot somthing on my other one
why are they no hiring people when there are ones who are working and that pisses off one like me who needs my really bad I got to get hired there are a lot of shit I have to deal with here and I hate liveing here it is my dada and mom house and ia'm 30 years old and I need to leaveAm I just being too suspicious of my husband?
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