Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by NomadAssassin, Apr 8, 2015.
I work in a tech store and the wage... well it is indeed rather crap.
I told the owner of the store that there is a huge chance of accepting me in the brewery. He said I'm not even going to try and stop you because I run private business and there is no fixed salary. If there are clients there are money if no clients no money. Even then comparing the clean money minus health insurance the brewery is way better option. I get good full health insurance, plus beer, cider etc, more money and coupons to buy whatever I want from most stores. And they even have free transportation.
Sure I'd like something related to tinkering with computer parts but you gotta do what you gotta do in such times. Besides I'm not all that picky. Can work everything. Been to a really, really hard, demoralizing, mentally and physically damaging crappy job last year so nothing can scare me.
day by day computer repair job is getting sh1ttier,wage wise.
lot of stress,dead-lines,and always,always someone thinks that something is not as they wanted and start to argue when it comes to pay he bill.
OP,having a "blue-collar" job offers mental sanity,don't you forget that.
you can fix computers in your free time,having a stable job you can choose where,when and in what conditions you can do something extra.really helps when you are sure about your income and sell yourself after work,like people feel it and respond to it.
Congrats OP, landing a job is always an achievement (even more so in the modern world)!
Congrats dude; free beer, can´t go wrong!
I love that new jeub smell...
Congrats on new job, neighbour! Looking at the title of this thread seems to me that bear overload already has an effect on you, jeub lol :cheers:
I'm a bit jealous now, few months ago because of health problems I've decided to quit drinking all CO2 based drinks: Coca Cola, Pepsi, Fanta, soda... and beer is on the list :bang: and you're even awarded for working (drinking) with beer, God dammit!
Congrats on the new job!
Congrats and take care and know your limits.