Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Eni, Mar 14, 2013.
I am working in that place for a year.
used to love it,
but I think I will say goodbye this week.
I've got 19 years at my job , I burned out about 5 years ago. But I need 30 to retire. Hopefully the next 11 will wiz by
I'm counting the days until I'm eligible to get my pension.
What happened 5 years ago?
And do the owners, or your boss know how you feel?
19 years??????? at the same place?
You are my idol.
I have nearly 27 years. I better be your God.
I'll be at 26 years this summer. I don't care for my job but I don't hate it and at this point I don't know if I want to start over. So I'll stay as long as they'll have me, or until I move far away.
I am a nice person,
love working, because I love my profession
do not like confrontation,
and I never complain.
so i just will quit.
I just got bored with it , I tell by boss everyday "this job sucks" lol but I'm friends with him. I was there when he was a little baby boss , Then he grew into a full grown boss , I'm so proud
19, 27, 26 years ???!!
You guys are amazing.
However I used to teach in University of Nairobi almost for 10 years, before I moved to America,
and I was happy,
because i felt appreciated.
Don't look for appreciation in this country.
And we're not just amazing; we're old, too.
P-B, Scott, Partyxanimal,
do you think your bosses appreciate your work?
Do they know how that place you work will change without you?
My job is so awesome. it's like a money well. I will never retire as long as they keep giving me money.
You might as well find a place that makes you happy if you plan on doing your profession for awhile.
My bosses are awesome. My peers, on the other hand, are a bunch of lazy, stupid weirdos. One flipped out on me yesterday when I requested that she cut back on her morning spray-the-desk-down-with-Lysol-until-everybody-gags ritual.
They know that the place wouldn't make money without us hard workers , We tell them that all of the time
I figure I can work into my 70's. as long as i don't die before then.
I'll leave, you'll get an ulcer staying at a job you don't like. Good morning to you Eni.