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First job interview tomorrow with Coles ( Supermarket in Australia )
I do realize that it's not the best job in the world, nor the most favored but it's a job and I'm not a rich-fag, money is money and a job is a job.
I'm 18 and secured an interview for tomorrow morning and I'm pretty sure it's a one on one ordeal.
This is my first job interview so I'm a tad nervous as this is new territory and I'm not particularly the most happy chap around.
So I've come for advice, what should I expect at the interview, what should I be saying and how should I be acting.
Also, what should I be wearing, I don't own a suit and tie as I've never needed one, I was thinking pants and a clean non-logo t-shirt.
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I'm a sex worker. Escort, courtesan, call girl, hooker, prostitute, whore, whatever you want to call it. It's what I do. And I'm here to give you advice on anything you think I might have the authority to give advice on.
Picture unrelated, but I thought you all might need your daily dose of Vonnegut.
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I see a lot of people say that the best way to get over an old relationship is to start a new one. I've disagreed with this vehemently. But what do you guys think? If you're on your way to getting over it, and you're actually interested in the person and not just using them, is it okay?
To be more specific, I'm hung up on an ex that was really terrible to me. I know he's no good for me and would never get back together with him, but I'm still feeling pangs of nostalgia for our relationship. It's been about 4 months of absolutely no talking between us at all. I've recently met a guy that I'm very interested in and it looks like we might start to get closer soon. I don't want to be unfair to him by still feeling like this towards my ex, but I also don't want to sit around missing my ex and feeling sorry for myself anymore. Opinions?
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I'm looking for career advice.
I hate school and everything associated with it: classrooms, homework, studying for tests, lectures and all that shit. I just want to work, become proficient at a skill and progress in whatever career that I find myself in. I'm in school now, upgrading my high school credits and it is such a soul sucking experience; I don't know if it's worth it. I am doing this so I can keep my options open and be able to go into any program I want in vocational school/university. I am having a very difficult time finding entry level jobs as well, which was the major motive to go back to school.
i already have a very clear idea of what kind of dream career I wish to pursue, but I am not willing to go balls deep into it because it is very risky. I am looking for a "day job"; a stable career path. I've been dicking around with a couple ideas, but I am not really sure what I want to do. I know that academia is not the path for me. I am very unhappy in the classroom and I always end up zoning out, listening to music or browsing the internet on whatever gadget I have on hand. I am quite stressed that I cannot find the super safe and appealing career that I can invest in.
What should I do?