I currently work at SeaWorld Orlando as park quality. Sometimes I enjoy the job, sometimes I just wish I wasn't working on that particular day. It kinda coincides with my good days and my bad days, just like everyone else. I'll admit it's sometimes hard to keep my issues at home when I go to work. I'm still undecided on what I want to do for my long-term career.
Nope. I'm a chef, and the food industry is an awful place to work. Long hours & you work with mostly convicts & addicts. That, and I've stopped eating a lot of foods just because I work with the ingredients so much. The pay is good, but the stress makes you forget that. There's a reason you never see happy chefs.
Sometimes things are peaceful and you can just zone out into your thoughts while earning your keep. In my job I get to move around a lot which is nice and I get plenty of fresh air and exercise. But other times I have to satisfy 4 different agendas at the same time and often get reprimanded for doing something I was told to do. And recently I've been forced to "interact and engage" with customers(seriously how many people actually want to be approached when they are doing their shopping unless they specifically want something?).
It's aight. The work itself ain't too hard or too easy. And how much work we do depends on how many customers we have, like rushes, slow days, busy days, etc. The pay is garbage, definitely need to be paid more than minimum wage for the hours and hard work people gotta put into the job.
But whether or not I had a good day at work really depends on the people there. I get along with mostly everyone there and we make work fun. But sometimes shit happens like someone gets on my nerves or vice versa and it can screw the rest of the work day up.
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