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    • Old coworkers when you leave your job instead of staying and being depressed for 5 more years
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    • This shit hit too close to home. Then these mfs wanna make your life hell at work for having dreams, they'll throw you under the bus and you end up getting blamed for shit that isnt even your responsibility and afterwards they still have the balls to tell you you aint gon be shit. shit triggered me
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    • Dead ass had my manager tell me college wasn't important when I worked at Little Caesars because they wanted me to work a shift while I was in school
      Kajima 18 aug
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    • I work at home Depot and when I told my manager that I planned on going back to college for my second year he responded with there's always opportunities at home Depot
      jasperleo a month
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    • Legit started at a big company and tood my coworker (worked there for 8 years) that I was trying to climb the ladder ASAP for financial security. He said "Naw, dont go doing all that. Just be happy with what you got." I got promoted twice in less than 1/2 year.
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    • last year i told my manager at a fast food place that i would be leaving for college and he said “aw we were gonna work you up the ranks.” like nah man I’m good
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    • I worked at Walmart and they always told me to focus on school, I met people who had been working there for more than 20 years it was sad
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    • I've had mixed results. Some people get mad and offended because they chose to be content with their situation, others have inspired me and encouraged me to seek higher goals. Boomers aren't always bad.
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    • Had to work a job at Firehouse until I joined the military, didn't tell them up front because I wouldn't have gotten the job, but for the time I was there I worked my ass off, and when I gave my two week my GM was super supportive (she has kids in the army) and completely understood. I ship Sept. 17
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    • One of my coworkers still holds a grudge on me because i quit a minimum wage movie theater job for a $21.50 job making tires her response is always "at least i dont leave when things get tough" like bitch things tough for me in my 2019 altima but hey you do you
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    • I was called in for an interview and the guy asked me where I saw myself in 2 years. I didn’t care if I got the job so I decided to be a smartass and asked him what his boss did.... I was speechless when his boss sent me a job offer
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    • I'm 20 and work with a guy who is 63 and he tells me that the job we both have and hes been for 30 years is a shit hole and to leave before it's too late
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    • McDonald's when your answer to "Where do you see yourself in 10 years?" isn't a propaganda fueled lie
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    • I became a Walmart manager at 22 and it was such a bad time because the old people did not want to listen to me at all and hated me because they had been there for decade plus and I was a kid.
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    • "Where do you see yourself in 5 years?" "Not fuckin here."
      LewdEmma 17 aug
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    • My coworkers were always supportive. The receptionist told me she chose to stay and work for the company instead of going to college and warned me not to do the same. I’m starting my first classes at A&M next week.
      Gwynevere a month
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    • There’s always that one retard at every store that stays until there fucking 40 years old and have made their way to 12 whole dollars in hour.
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    • Everytime i say at work "i don't want to be old and still working here" there's always that one old coworker that kinda gives me this >:c look and its so fucking stupid. Like, why are you booing me, I'm right
      Smolmamis 18 aug
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    • I made 7.86 an hour last year and recently got a promotion to 10$ an hour but I quit because I start college soon and my manager encouraged me to go to college
      Spastik 18 aug
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    • It sucks but this is reality. When i got my first job at 16, it was an eye opener. As a kid everyone tells you to dream big. But when you get to work your boss is like "hah, you got years before you can do twice the work for another dollar per hour buddy"
      youngwarz 18 aug
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    • My boss. She insists on me working during the school year. Bitch, no. I want a degree so I can work your great grandkids as hard as you work me.
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    • I said to my manager once that I didn’t want to be working there for 10 years, he said “that’s what I said 10 years ago” and now I’m scared
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    • I’m working in a warehouse now until I find a union job. Everyone there even the boss says “get out and find something better than this. Your a good kid you can do a whole lot better” we need more adults like this.
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    • I take the orders. You make the food. The customer gets the food. We do that everyday for 40 years and then we die.
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    • Then they give you false accusations saying you’ll grow in the company and become a manager like them and earn more money but you’ve been a cashier for over 3 years and not even a little hope was raised
      PonchoBurro a month
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    • I actually got a coworker mad at me when I told them I was in college and this was just to help out
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    • On a separate topic, fuck old people with coupons. Give me a shoplifter any day.
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    • The coworkers who say “I don’t want to see you here in three years” are the best. The “this company sucks and they’ve got me but no you, GET THE FUCK OUT” ones are wholesome mentors
      Lignam 18 aug
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    • I worked at Walmart for a year and two of the older employees who have worked there for 10+ years told me to get out while I could before I got stuck there :I
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    • Its because they trapped themselves in starting a family 🤮
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    • I work at walmart (im 18) and i told my older co workers that im going to college and they said “why would you go to college?” And i stared at him and said “so i dont be like you and stay here my whole life”
      NegroBoy 17 aug
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    • They absolutely deify self made wealthy people and yet the moment any younger person wants to live a life more substantial than getting in an office job through nepotism and staying there for the rest of their fucking life they call us greedy and entitled.
      Volition 17 aug
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    • I told a warehouse guy I was applying for an AUTOCAD position within the company and he proceeded to Harass me and tell me it was stupid why don’t I just become a worker like him and that I have bad work ethic. He is now moving heavy shit 8 hrs a day for min wage I sit at a great desk my boss buys
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    • It's literally because they're jealous that you are actually doing something with your life
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    • Honestly though. I used to work at a tacobell and people would always shit on people for leaving it was really weird
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    • I was in Walmart and this older guy was putting out Halloween decorations and said, “I’ve been working here for 18 years, and no one else comes to help me put this stuff out?” Sir, your problem isn’t other people. Your problem is that you’ve stayed there for 18 years.
      SgtSpooks 17 aug
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    • Question I'm asking for a bit of am experiment- people who live in America, if you could work your dream job for life but it only payed for a middle class living, would you do it? Why or why not?
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    • Dead ass. My current job is full of boomers who make smug comments at younger employees. One of them scoffed at me when I told them I couldn't work full time cause of college.
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    • I had a new (at the time) coworker that quit a couple months in because I wouldn't give him my weekends off. After giving him an explanation as to why I wouldn't he proceeded to say that I was disrespectful to my elders. He completely lost it when I told him no to going to his "daughters bday". OPS.
      kaonashee a month
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    • All of my older coworkers want me to find a better job
      SPITF1RE a month
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    • This is what i don’t get about employee loyalty like fuck man maybe i don’t want to be here for the rest of my life
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    • My boss when I only work 12 hours a day instead of 16
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    • Time isn't money... Time is everything. You can always work and make more money. But you can not make more time. Now... use that time wisely.
      Potato_Bulb a month
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    • I love when people at my last job that were 3 times my age used to try to give me life advice. Like you’re in your 60s and work at Walmart for 13 dollars an hour I’m not listening to a word you say
      Jacki_Gang a month
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    • I worked in a rubber factory for 11 years. Finally, my back told me I’d had enough. I left a n $18/hour job for college and $13/hour in the field of my major. Now I make almost $15/hour and Driving 314 miles a week, but it’s all temporary and will be worth it in the long run
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    • Old lady's reaction when you have the audacity to not open 45 minutes early just for them
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    • That’s cuz friends subconsciously want to hold you back at their own level, well documented in the psychological literature
      roaster248 a month
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    • Work is the least of my concern, although I enjoy the steady flow of income school is much more important and I’ll quit my job in a heartbeat if it negatively starts to impact my school work
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    • I told one guy I was leaving and he told me that I should get the fuck out as soon as possible and take him with me.
      Concept 18 aug
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    • Theres a pizza place near where i live and one of the servers has been there for 50+ years.
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    • My manager literally won’t let me get off early so I can go do my calculus homework that I haven’t been able to finish the past 3 nights because of work
      Aaron0514 18 aug
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    • My older co-workers told me to basically GTFO and go to college as soon as I get the chance
      Gypsy_ 18 aug
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    • I graduate in December with my degree and my manager was shocked to hear I actually wanted to stay. He assumed I'd try to find a better job but I honestly love my job right now.
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    • i just quit ihop and everyone’s giving me shit. i get 2.50 an hour there and got a job somewhere for 13 an hour
      levix 18 aug
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    • I mean they’re old and they don’t understand, their brain is stuck on that job and I feel kinda bad for em in a way
      Jaanb 18 aug
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    • No shit, my application to rent an apartment got rejected because the old bitch said I was considered unstable because I quit my first job of 5 months that was paying me $8.50/hr for a job that pays me $15/hr. Guess she would rather have me struggle to pay rent than to actually afford it.
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    • At my job whenever someone leaves for a better job EVERYONE talks shit about them. One of our best cooks that everyone loved left cause he was over it and wanted a new job and everyone just started hating on him hard for him leaving
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    • Bruh my coworkers are supportive as hell. They’re happy I’m going to college and still working with them and keep recommending programs that would benefit me like different internships
      OGAssclap 17 aug
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    • There's like 5 older people where i work and one of them always tells me i don't do my job but always finds time to go over to me and tell me that every thirty minutes...
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    • honestly when I worked at a grocery store in high school, all the older ppl who worked there their whole life were super happy I was leaving to go to college and literally told me don’t waste your life working here forever like me
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    • My dad recently went. ack to college so he can quit his shit job and hopefully one day get 6 figures. Good on him
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    • Idk my older coworkers always told me that I should be doing more. They were really supportive of me following my dreams
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    • Cuz they see how you work knowing you going to amount to shit
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    • I asked my supervisor if she could help me transfer to another store since I was getting like 15 hours a week max. Magically, the next week I was working almost 40 hours
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    • Aight you little shitbags, as upper management, we care for you. We want to watch you grow and become more. So apply for that NASA internship. Keep studying for that dream job. Itll suck when you're gone but to know that you made it while we didnt warms our heart.
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    • I hate how my coworkers with seniori wanted me to not go to school because over the 2 year period for my associate's I could end up with a raise. No thanks dummy, I'm gonna let the company pay for my school instead by going through this apprenticeship and then get paid more than you to sit on my ass
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    • Lmao my mcdonald’s coworkers got frustrated when I said it was only my summer job
      LaughDBZ a month
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    • This was literally how my boss was on my last day of work Sunday. Like no Mia I don’t wanna keep working at bojangles for the next 4 years
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    • That actually never happens, all the old peoole at my job are always asking me how school is going offering to act as a reference if I get a better job, and offering to take my shift while i sit in the breakroom and finish my homework. All the old people i know tend to want the younger generations..
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    • Old coworkers when your promoted because you work harder than them and they’re stuck where they are even though they have “seniority” over you
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    • One time I was quitting Walmart and they told me “You better know what you’re leaving before you leave”
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    • Letting my old coworkers know I'm leaving for better opportunities and not 1 was supportive. All try to hold you back
      socalkush a month
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    • My older colleagues told me to not stay for more than a year
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    • Say what you want but all those mf’s are the backbone of the country. Respect to anyone out there getting grindy and shit. YEET
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    • my first day at work ( i was 18) one of my coworkers who was at least 60 said to me "you know this isn't a career right?"
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    • Had a work survey today and the lady was surprised when I said I didn’t want to be a manager when I am out in a year to go to another job and she looked at me like I was a weird species lmao
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    • The guys at my job are super supportive of me. They will always have a place in my heart like a second family. They choose to work there and are at peace with were they are, and they even give advice to the younger guys like us, and encourage us to reach higher places.
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    • When I was a sales associate my manager looked heartbroken when I put in my two weeks because I finally got a job offer in my field. I felt bad but it also seemed like she expected me to work their the rest of my life
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    • I had this really old co-worker when I worked at DQ and she would always tell me to try my fucking best to not be like her and commit to my goals. Shoutout to my best girl Susan, love that bitch
      QueenReus 18 aug
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    • I'm leaving my current job to go be an electrician I'll have weekend's off and probably go in to help once in a while, 2 of my coworkers were sad but, they don't know I'll still be stopping in
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    • Jobs nowadays will fire you just so they can hire someone new so the can pay the base rate again
      SanoBoss 17 aug
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    • There’s an old white lady I work with and we call her Mama Shan because she is low key the manager and she always brings us pizza and wings and if you’re nice she’ll give you money if you need it. She’s like a second grandma to me
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    • I've been looking for this post for so long. You have NO IDEA. Then I actually quit my job at retail for a full time job and my managers #1 in my department was like "you cant leave". Wtf you mean.
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    • My old coworker always told me "go to school, get a good job, don't deliver your whole life like i do. Im too old to quit what i do, your still young."
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    • Same i worked for a grocery store and applied to be a conductor for a railroad company my coworkers said i wouldnt make it, now im a full fleged conductor
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    • I wanna publish a book
      LegendCow 17 aug
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    • My supervisor told me there's no money in being an engineer for aftermarket race parts for cars, like... bro...
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    • I been at my job for 9 years and it's stressful af.. but literally every department at our facility calls me for help, even had other divisions of our company call and talk to me...I love my job, and hope I'm there another 10 years...my pay will only increase and my.value to the company will too
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    • That's funny my coworkers encourage me to leave and do something I like
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    • I've worked for 3 years as an Medical Assistant. All the older nurses told me to go back to school and find a better paying job because it isn't worth the stress with how low the salary is. Ended up finding out the medical field ain't for me and now working in IT. Never been happier.
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    • At Walmart they're just like "run, get out while you can".
      iabwaird a month
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    • Repent for the kingdom of Heaven is at hand please turn from your sins and come to Jesus so he can save you from eternal punishment and separation in hell
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    • Money is tight. I want more. New jobs do that.
      mrstigz a month
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    • I always love it when you get promoted over people who have been doing your job for 15 years and they get mad at you. Like how dare you be a better worker than them.
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    • Idk about yall but every time I've had older coworkers they've encouraged me to not end up stuck and saying the generic bright future stuff.
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    • My coworkers were happy for me; I made sure to get along with them all and some offered to take me for drinks when i quit (couldn’t cause not old enough) but they were impressed i was familiar with their lingo, music, and toys. we were making a display and i said “this is like tinker toys!” and..
      PsandaBear a month
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    • Ok so my phone is really badly cracked, so I thought it said n***er dreams and I was like “well would ya look at that”
      pizzaman62 a month
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    • Nothing like getting called "college kid" smugly by a coworker double my age making the same as i am
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