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People's "Screw This, I'm Out" Moments

Sometimes we find ourselves in situations that are intolerable, and we can only ask ourselves how the hell we got there. It could be a nasty relationship, an overdemanding and underpaying job, or just an absolutely creepy situation. At some point in one's life it's likely they'll have a "screw this, I quit" moment.

quitting, frustrating and creepy quitting stories | cyainanotherlifebro 26.0k points 4 days ago edited 4 days ago S hired as temp, on day 91 told 2 they fact didn't have hire after 90 days and they were gonna keep on as temp clocked out lunch and never went back
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"Not My Job" Moments of Advanced Laziness

We live in a society where it's pretty easy to pass the buck, not proofread children's books, and paint traffic lines directly over roadkill. It leads to some impressively unprofessional "not my job" moments. But, y'know, what can you do? Try a little harder? That's out of the question.

lazy not my job moments | Proofreading this book couldn't have been hard 5 five 5 bananas but actually 6 six | lump of dirt shaped like a traffic cone
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People's Jobs Described as Crimes

With just one or two small details left out, just about any job, even incredibly helpful ones like Librarian or EMT can be described in a criminal light. In a similar vain, here are bad stock photos of people's jobs getting roasted. That's not to say all jobs are super legit, there are definitely some sketchy secrets of various industries.

Askreddit where people describe their jobs as if they were crimes | decembertember 9.7k points 2 days ago drive fast and disregard rules road on my way break into peoples homes and cause immense water damage. Afterwards tear down their ceilings and drywall, and leave without cleaning anything up. Antwan_Valentino 3.4k points 2 days ago will never look at firefighters same
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Sketchy Secrets of Various Industries

Every industry has something they don't tell customers and clients. It could be something about the amount of quality control that doesn't happen, the arbitrary nature of pricing, or people getting away with doing the bare minimum. Lies and open secrets in various industries are like the duct tape holding your walls together. Just about any business has some weird tales, like these all-you-can-eat-buffet horror stories.

sketchy secrets from many jobs and industries | katakago 18.5k points 11 hours ago know people who write instruction manuals or user guides things buy? Half time, they've never even seen or touched product. Some dude just sends us pictures rough description s supposed work, and 's .
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Jobs that Look Fun but Aren't

Everyone has wondered if their life would be more peaceful if they worked in an animal shelter, or got to play video games all day. As it turns out, a job is still a job, and there's a reason people don't do it for free. For more insight into other people's jobs, here are bad stock photos of people's jobs getting roasted, as well as stories of the worst things people's coworker's did without being fired.

Jobs that people think are fun but aren't really | Mr_frumpish 49.3k points 15 hours ago Video game tester aren't spending time playing completed fully realized games are playing same level game over and over seeing if there are bugs.
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Bad Stock Photos of People's Jobs Getting Roasted

As it turns out, it's hard to formulate a decent representation of a lab tech when all you have is a model and a few beakers of colored liquid. It's like everyone's job is a cartoon. For more funny an accurate criticism, here are people's questionable haircuts getting roasted as well as some hilariously precise rare insults.

Funny bad stock photos of people's jobs | shutterstock James Felton @JimMFelton "Hey space astronomer, where is space Space astronomer puts on his lab coat and adjusts his space safety goggles According my latest science, there is space | Kekskobold @c00kiekobold is very important look seductively shortly before hair and gloves get caught drill and cuttings get stuck eyes BadStockPhotosOfMyJob 7:22 PM- May 6, 2018 O 69 Q 27 people are talking about this
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Majestically Unprofessional "Not My Job" Moments

Work in any field long enough and you'll see your fair share of wonderfully unprofessional "not my job" moments. There's slides that go right off buildings, misspelled signs and extremely lazy line painting, just to name a few. It makes you feel good about yourself to see people's majestically incompetent "not my job" moments.

funny not my job and you had one job moments | yellow traffic sign with one edge removed because it was installed too close to a wall | CAUTION MAXIMUM LOAD Stay off LBS,
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Industries that are Shadier than They Seem

It seems like when you get down to the nitty gritty of just about any industry, there are some shady parts of it that no one wants to talk about. Even the most fun and simple seeming industries like avocados or tropical fish have seriously dark sides. When it comes to how a company treats it's employees, there are some definite red flags when it comes to looking for a job.

Industries that are surprisingly unethical. | pajmahal 20.3k points 22 hours ago All industries are shadier than they seem used work flute manufacturer and shady as hell.
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AskReddit Thread: Red Flags When Looking For Jobs

Someone got an AskReddit thread going about the red flags to keep a watchful eye out for while job hunting. Taking note of these might come in handy next time you find yourself looking for a new job, and don't want to end up in a difficult situation that could've been avoidable from the get go, if you but knew what to steer clear of from the start. 

An AskReddit thread about red flags when looking for jobs | Count2Zero 6h If they ask pay training s usually red flag s MLM or pyramid scheme. If they ask buy stuff on commission and then 's job resell big ol' red flag had job interviews where whole company gave weird vibe lots psychology questions like "do like be control while sitting an office building with zero privacy all offices had glass walls, so everyone could see everyone else. Needless say didn't accept their offer.
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Lazy People That Did Hard Jobs The Easiest Ways

This fun thread had people describe times they witnessed lazy people be tasked with the notoriously difficult jobs, and from there, dig up the easiest ways to perform those hard tasks. The mind is an impossibly complex machine, and one that can craft ingenious ways for accomplishing tough tasks, through the use of shortcuts. This thread brought to mind that one time a lazy navy officer ended up being a lazy genius, while on the job.

Lazy people that performed hard jobs in the easiest ways possible | KnowanUKnow• 104d joys being parent. As parent 2 hyperactive boys invented game called steamroller game would lie down across one end bed and kids would start jumping. At some random point would make motor noise and roll across bed. If they didn't jump time would roll right over them. They loved game just invented because wanted lie down few minutes.
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Jobs So Bad That People Quit On The First Day

Someone on AskReddit asked for people to share their experiences with working jobs that were so bad, that they quit on the first day. Sometimes, one ends up working a job that they feel is so polluted by negativity and ridiculously unnecessary BS, that they ultimately decide to remove themselves from the environment. For these folks, that walk out the door took place on the first day. At least they didn't waste time. 

AskReddit replies to jobs that people quit on the first day | SnowQuixote 4h Wendy's worked lot fast food teenager, but being corrected on way said mayonnaise too much apparently, Imao are weird kids.
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Twitter Users Share How To Lose A Job In Four Words

Twitter users share some of their best tips for how to lose a job, in four words. Well, not every one of these dishes out the lose-your-job advice in four words, but still. Maybe you're fed up with your gig, and looking for something new, and weren't sure how to make the most glorious of exits. Maybe you'll find yourself trying out one of these. 

Twitter users share how to lose a job in four words | tweet by Adriano&Paulina @keet0007 #LoseYourJobln4Words This speaks itself ON THE JOB DON'T WAKE WORKING SOMEONE'S GETTING FIRED group of people posing with a sleeping person
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Great Questions To Ask A Job Interviewer

Many of us have found ourselves in the middle of a job we didn't like because we failed to ask the right questions during the job interview process. It's essential to use that job interview to ask worthwhile questions of your own. These might help with a framework for what to ask. 

AskReddit users share the best questions to ask job interviewers after a job interview | DDodgeSilver 5h Tell something positive about working here won't find with many other employers more personal answer Deb brings cookies on Fridays have company trip Worlds Water every July better job will be, IMHO more sounds like rehashed version their mission statement worse.
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Painfully Relatable Job Interview Memes

Interviewing for a new job can be a terrifying and soul-draining process. We put ourselves out there and try to do a decent enough job at selling ourselves to a willing company. Sometimes it goes well, and sometimes you leave the room with a sour taste in your mouth, convinced that you'll never be seeing that person again. These job interview memes speak to the struggles of the job interview process. 

Job interview memes that are super relatable for anyone looking for a job | tweet by Joel Jeffrey @joeljeffrey [At job interview] Interviewer: Do have police record No. But do have few their albums on cassette hires instantly
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Babysitter "Help Wanted" Ad Is Absolute Insanity

Shoutout to the folks at The Chive for discovering the goldmine of ridiculous human behavior that runs rife throughout this "help wanted" ad for a babysitter. Twitter user @honeystaysuper, unearthed just the kind of "help wanted" ad that leaves the rest of the world speechless. I don't even know where to start with this one. The attention to detail is honestly admirable. Nothing seems to be overlooked in terms of what constitutes a suitable babysitter. 

A "help wanted" ad for a babysitter is ridiculous with its extensive list of demands | tweet byKimberly Harrington @honeystaysuper Look know day is and where l'm posting this but still challenge find ANYTHING more bananas bat shit than THIS DARE. Assist 10-year old's with light homework long division, subtraction and writing. Play math games with them such as much fish should buy today five us and long will take us drive snow if 's 150 miles and go 50 miles an hour
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People That Actually Like Their Jobs Share Why

Someone on AskReddit asked for people that like their jobs to share why. If you find yourself in the middle of a job situation that's just sapping all your energy and leaving you a miserable mess, you might stand to benefit from taking a look at these jobs that are actually making people excited about life. 

A collection of AskReddit replies to why people like their jobs | Text - whitesaab 20h 3 1 Award I am a park ranger. Just me and the trees
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