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Teenage Girl 20/08/04(Tue)23:26 No. 22980 ID: faa2f5
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anyone on this website hate their job/boss? I work for a software firm that pays 20/hr. It's decent money considering I live in a flyover shithole with low taxes and cost of living, but my boss is an absolute control freak psycho. I'd quit but all the other jobs I've applied for have been taken by hinduniggers or SEAmonkies who will literally work for like 10/hr. shits cucked.

not an advice thread btw. Just need to vent


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Teenage Girl 20/08/05(Wed)21:49 No. 22984 ID: da5870

$10/hr is a little extra for simple customer service job.
Maybe its where I live, but $8-$9 an hour is the average pay for customer service.

But for your situation, this is why I treasure my semi-isolated lifestyle.
I go out to nature parks and roam around for hours.
I'm bored but a comfy content kind of bored.
Btw, am a brownskin.


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Teenage Girl 20/09/01(Tue)06:14 No. 23002 ID: 7cb4c3

Do you work too much? I mean hours wise, if you're making 20 an hour you probably don't even need 40 a week, that's probably where a lot of this comes from... A boss really makes a job too. Working in an environment where you can at least enjoy the people if not the work makes it feel a lot more rewarding. They might just be going through some shit in their life and use you to vent though, I would try and buddy up to them a little so they pick on someone else if you can stand it


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Teenage Girl 20/09/08(Tue)02:32 No. 23005 ID: 01ea14

My boss is a fascist idiot who was given everything in life and then got lucky forming a business that only worked out because climate change altered the way crops grow in this region and the price of water. He's also literally been overheard saying that he disagrees with minimum wage and that he should be able to set any wage he likes. Which would probably be zero. Everyone there agrees with me when I say he would have been a proud slaveowner 200 years ago, honestly believing that he was doing his slaves a favor by letting them work for him. Lucky for me he's in his 70's so will die after no more than 15 year from now. Things will get better since his son is much more agreeable.

The job is fine. Pays like $25 an hour so I only have to work four days a week ~8 hours a day.


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Teenage Girl 20/09/08(Tue)05:42 No. 23006 ID: 0d868f

Boss is okay, job is shit. It's one of those locally-owned computer repair places that's branched into doing sysadmin work for whatever local businesses can afford it (i.e. doctors, lawyers, real estate companies). Closest thing to a decent tech job in this suburban shithole. I need to leave, but all the tech-related jobs are in big cities that I just can't see myself living in.

All the pandemic bullshit has meant that we've barely seen any work from the sysadmin side and an influx of work on the consumer repair side. Busted screens. Liquid spills. Hard drive failures. Decade-old laptops made nigh-unusable by Windows 10. Geriatric retards who fell for robocall scams. Tablets and printers that cost double their MSRP to fix. PC gaemurrs whose GRΔTX 20406080 got fried after a week of use. And of course they want their shit fixed TODAY, because school's in session, everyone has to do their work online, and they have an assignment that they waited until the last possible day to do.

To make matters worse, we're short-staffed. Just my boss, myself, and one other guy, and we're split between two shops in the area. Plus the other guy is the worst coworker I've ever had. Weighs 300lbs, smells like diarrhea, leaves bottles and wrappers everywhere, misdiagnoses everything, loses people's computers, lets work orders sit for months without anything being done... it just goes on. But he has a girlfriend apparently, so there must be something he's doing right that I'm not. I don't know. Boss keeps giving him second chance after second chance hoping he'd improve, but he never does. Just keeps on making the same elementary mistakes. And the only reason we even hired him was because our last guy quit out of nowhere on the very same day, and we had to hire someone immediately or risk closing one of our shops. Not that it's a very profitable shop anyhow. The old fucks in this area can't afford anything more than a virus cleanup, i.e. uninstalling DriverFucker and slapping Malwarebytes on there.


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Teenage Girl 20/09/11(Fri)14:31 No. 23018 ID: ca4620

>>23005
Irony: most slaveowners made up a quarter of the Southern population. Most slaveowners only owned a couple slaves whom the slaveowner worked alongside. It was no different than tree service.
The big plantation slaveowners were the old-money fuckboys. They were a minority. Why else is the White House built like a plantation manor?
Washington, Jefferson, Madison and some other Founding Fathers were rich kids of plantation owners.


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Teenage Girl 20/09/18(Fri)16:09 No. 23023 ID: 4da82f

The day before yesterday I stayed in the office an hour after my shift, picking up closing duty as a result. I spent that hour setting up a coworker's computer for the thing she needed to do the next day and clearly couldn't figure out by herself.

I saved her ass for that day, but it wasn't like I had orders from the top to do this, so I explain to my boss why I left an hour late (and did closing, and put the spare key in the other office with the others) and ask if I can count this as "overtime" for extra pay.

He tells me "Its okay, don't worry about it. Thanks for helping out." So I ask again, just to make sure: "Oh, so I can get overtime pay?"

"What? No, it's okay. Don't worry about it."

You see, what he was trying to tell me was that the company would not punish me for doing an hour of unscheduled overtime, seeing as I did a solid for a coworker.

In Japan, you only get overtime if your boss is there ordering you around and only however much he declares it to be.

The week before this we had a meeting that went 45 minutes past everyone's shift. The boss looks at the clock, looks around the room, and says "How about half an hour overtime for today's meeting?" It would takebtook most of us another fifteen minutes to get out of the building as well.

The stink of that bullshit was suffocating, but it wasn't like anyone had the right to say 'no'.


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Teenage Girl 20/09/18(Fri)22:04 No. 23024 ID: 665cee

>>23023
>I explain to my boss why I left an hour late (and did closing, and put the spare key in the other office with the others) and ask if I can count this as "overtime" for extra pay.

>In Japan, you only get overtime if your boss is there ordering you around and only however much he declares it to be.

That's everywhere fool, overtime is not a volunteer service. If it was people would twiddle their thumbs for as much as the day as they could get away with then say "I'm gonna stick around and do all this work that needs finishing", getting paid extra for the work they should have done already.

You do your college a solid, and they owe you, not the boss.

>The week before this we had a meeting that went 45 minutes past everyone's shift. The boss looks at the clock, looks around the room, and says "How about half an hour overtime for today's meeting?"
You're arguing 15 minutes. Do you offer to dock your self 15 minutes wages every time you take a shit at work?

>It would take took most of us another fifteen minutes to get out of the building as well.
Not his issue, you don't get paid to commute.

There's a lot of self-entitlement here. If you hate your job, leave. Heaven knows why you moved to Japan, a country known for oppression.


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Teenage Girl 20/09/19(Sat)04:56 No. 23025 ID: a115ac

>>23023
If you signed a contract or agreement upon getting hired, see if it contains a stipulation that overtime must be approved ahead of time. If it doesn't and your local labor laws state that overtime must be paid for all time worked past 40, you could insist on payment for overtime, and that includes time after a meeting ends like finishing up loose ends at your workspace in preparation for the next day.

Of course if you didn't keep a copy of the contract/agreement or can't read the local language it was written in then I guess you're shit out of luck. If your local labor laws don't stipulate overtime rules for hourly workers then you're also shit out of luck. If you don't have a local/regional/national labor board to report violations to then you're also shit out of luck.

Ignore >>23024, they're still a teenager and infatuated with teenage fantasies like Libertarianism.

As for me, I'm a salaried worker, so if I put in 32 hours or 80 hours I get paid the same. I was supposed to qualify for some kind of compensation if I worked over a certain amount of overtime (overtime is the norm for my line of work), but the new political administration took a nice big dump on that rule because they like to bend over in front of the same phallic altar as >>23024 and enjoy a nice thorough prostate massage. I'm not as much of a fan of it as they are.


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Teenage Girl 20/09/19(Sat)16:22 No. 23026 ID: 5eb1e8

>>23025
Not sure where you get teenage libertarianst from...

That aside, I'm salaried to. Sucks you don't get TOIL anymore, I still get it if I work +46hrs pw. Tell me you at least got a raise when they took it away.


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Teenage Girl 20/09/19(Sat)18:10 No. 23027 ID: c8b183

>>23025
>Ignore >>23024, they're still a teenager and infatuated with teenage fantasies like Libertarianism.

> anybody who disagrees with me is a kid bc "kids are dumb"

Why is libertarianism seen as shallow like "socialism"?


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Teenage Girl 20/09/19(Sat)19:37 No. 23028 ID: 665cee

>>23027
>Why is libertarianism seen as shallow like "socialism"?
It's not, it's just the behaviour of anyone who mindlessly subscribes to an ideology to imply any competing ideologies are shallow.

It's an insecurity thing.


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Teenage Girl 20/09/20(Sun)15:23 No. 23029 ID: fbe4bf

>>23026
>they
Since it was an executive order signed by Obama, take a wild guess who's responsible for it going away and just how much compensation anyone got in their replacement executive order.

>>23028
Nah, it's because the Libertarian party in the US is just that shallow. Make everything legal and remove all taxes aren't realistic philosophies.


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Teenage Girl 20/09/20(Sun)23:23 No. 23030 ID: 665cee

>>23029
>Since it was an executive order signed by Obama, take a wild guess who's responsible for it going away and just how much compensation anyone got in their replacement executive order.
You make that hard to read, you saying Obama took away your TOIL?


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Teenage Girl 20/09/22(Tue)12:46 No. 23033 ID: e55b68
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>>23030
Da Vlad, was Obama who signed the executive order in 2017 after he stopped being US president.

Go, go, for the good of the internet and save another website.


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Teenage Girl 20/10/06(Tue)02:57 No. 23039 ID: 1c7bb1

>>23024
>you don't get paid to commute
You should.


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Never stop moving Wizard+apprentice 22/01/16(Sun)00:13 No. 24413 ID: 182caf
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If you don't like a thing go and get tired of a different one, then move again, and again.

If you have to lose, do not let only one of your captors have all the flesh away from you.


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Teenage Girl 22/01/16(Sun)04:02 No. 24417 ID: 5be383

>>24413
Fuck me, this hits close to home. I used to be pretty much exactly like this a few years ago. Don't stay in a job you hate, anons. It will fucking ruin you.


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Teenage Girl 22/01/16(Sun)04:33 No. 24418 ID: 292469

>>24417
This is the beauty of work. You can always have another job. You cannot do the same for school.
When you're in school, you're stuck forever.


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Teenage Girl 22/01/16(Sun)19:54 No. 24419 ID: c33046

>>24418
Legally speaking, you're only stuck until 16.


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Teenage Girl 22/01/16(Sun)21:09 No. 24420 ID: e115f6

>>24419
I think anon meant that you're stuck with whatever degree you choose. Life's barely long enough to get good at one thing.


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Teenage Girl 22/01/27(Thu)19:19 No. 24422 ID: e96f33

>>24419
Idk. People are trying to raise the age of majority because "muh brain development". Soon, emancipation will be made illegal.
Again, it proves my point that adults are astronomically dumb about childhood. The "safety" of childhood is actually a prison.
The reason why adulthood is hard, especially nowadays, is because parents do not initiate the young with life skills until they're 20.
You're supposed to train kids for the world when they're old enough to walk.
Look back at the jaw-dropping feats done by young people before the 1940s.
That was because society didn't see teenagers or children as useless pets, but as miniature adults. Nowadays, people cannot even achieve proper maturation until their fifties.

>>24420
This only corollaries my point. This modern academic drive for specialization is making adults weaker, dumber, and shallow.


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Teenage Girl 22/02/04(Fri)05:44 No. 24428 ID: ff3844

>>24422

>The reason why adulthood is hard, especially nowadays, is because parents do not initiate the young with life skills until they're 20.

You mean if you're lucky to even have parents who give a shit, and judging by the obnoxious, inflammatory, "not like those other people!!1111" shit that's consumed the internet, I'd say a lot simply aren't.


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Teenage Girl 22/02/04(Fri)08:33 No. 24429 ID: e2e481
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I don't really want to have a job. I wish I could just stay unemployed cause I fucking love it. I have all day to work on my hobbies, exercise and then I kick back in the evening and play some vidya or watch movies. I fucking hate dragging myself out of bed, when I would very much like to sleep longer, to go waste two-thirds of my day only to come home too burnt out to do anything of value.


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Teenage Girl 22/02/05(Sat)03:46 No. 24430 ID: 0af682

>>24428
Society puts far too much moral investment onto parents. Again, the reckless promotion of familyhood is what's fucking up Western society.
Also, the parental philosophy of youth is innocence forces parents to turn into autocrats, trying to keep their babies as pure as possible in hopes of having white collar superheroes. Which again, feeds the familyhood fetish that the West has.


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Teenage Girl 22/02/05(Sat)09:39 No. 24431 ID: 75a2bf

>>24430
>Society puts far too much moral investment onto parents.
I disagree, we exist in a nanny state which we expect to pander and support us, parents have been removed from the parental process. If you discipline your child 'wrong' the state intervenes. If you educate your child 'wrong' the state intervenes. The parental process is now under the guidance of the state. You can't teach a child the meaning of a honest days work from a young age because the state considers it 'wrong'.

I believe >>24430 is joking but the sad truth is there are people who prefer to live of the state and fail to support themselves. It used to be obesity/disability but now "mental health" is the big excuse to avoid being a productive member. If we allowed these people to suffer, parents would step up and raise their children better for fear their children would experience societies wrath.


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Teenage Girl 22/02/05(Sat)10:46 No. 24432 ID: cd5713

>>24431
In my country kids can get summer jobs starting at 14, which I think is great. Teaches them work ethic early on.
I believe a big reason for a lot of people failing to support themselves is the upbringing this generation received. The coddled everybody's-a-winner mindset. It sets children up to fail. I remember when I was young I practiced swimming and at tournaments everyone would get a participation trophy. Kids are rewarded simply for existing. Going into life at 18 believing that is enough to merit a reward fucks you up real hard once you realize that is absolutely not the case. Some people never really get over it.


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Teenage Girl 22/02/05(Sat)14:02 No. 24433 ID: 65eb0e

>>24432
>Kids are rewarded simply for existing. Going into life at 18 believing that is enough to merit a reward fucks you up real hard once you realize that is absolutely not the case. Some people never really get over it.
It's a slippery slope, the next stop is creationsim.
>It's not my fault my life is messed up [but I can't find anyone else to blame], it must be the result of a higher power!


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Teenage Girl 22/02/05(Sat)20:01 No. 24434 ID: eb1044

>>24432
Well, the thing is, alot of places will not hire children. And it's not the "everyone is a winner" mindset that fucked up kids. It's this "you need to go to college and become the next Einstein to change the world" that's killing the youth. Also, kids aren't rewarded for merely existing. They're blocked off from everything and anything. They're not allowed to have their own subcultures without adults trying to criminalize it.


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Teenage Girl 22/02/05(Sat)21:53 No. 24435 ID: eb1044

>>24431
Government interference is the number one excuse used for parental incompetence. The reason why we have the nanny-state is because boomers have sold out. Alot of parents don't want their kids having ANY realtions to the real world at all. They ban their kids from dating, dont teach them any technical skills, nor teach them about death nor race because "they're too young." They expect their kids to be functional adults by 20 without any prep.


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Teenage Girl 22/02/06(Sun)21:45 No. 24437 ID: 75a2bf

>>24435
>Government interference is the number one excuse used for parental incompetence.
That's no surprised, incompetent parents will blame anything they can to avoid taking responsibility.

The government enables incompetent parents by interfering. The more they interfere the more incompetent parents get because the government protects them. It's a viscous downward spiral. What the government needs to do is hold the parents accountable. People shit on Chinas one child policy but it reduces the incompetence. China will support you and your first child, if you choose to have more you have to pay for everything, most parents can't afford all the expenses so they have to measure up everything before they even have a child because it's the only shot they'll get.


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Teenage Girl 22/02/06(Sun)23:54 No. 24438 ID: ff3844

>>24434

>They're not allowed to have their own subcultures without adults trying to criminalize it.

Or the AWFLs move in, gentrify it, and turn it into another means of whining about Chad not dating them over Stacy. Just like what happened with YA.


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Teenage Girl 22/02/06(Sun)23:58 No. 24439 ID: ff3844

>>24432

>Some people never really get over it.

And they come up with the most asinine, attention seeking hot takes to justify not doing so.

>I AM special! You're just some cishet/Judeo-Bolshevik out to suppress me!


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Teenage Girl 22/02/08(Tue)14:53 No. 24440 ID: 6b22b9

>>24437
This is why I'm an advocate for human neutering. Either that or parenting licenses. If you need a license to hunt, fish, drive, do skilled labor, or travel, you should need a license to raise a kid or a pet.



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