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Apr 08, 2014 1:41 pmYour 1st job #

Paul Finkelstein

★★1st job★★ employed by someone else (What was yours?) ★★★Dishwasher★★★
Crickets Italian Restaurant
April 1984 December 1985 (1 year 9 months)New City, New York
My 1st job employed for someone else. One of my high school peers had something important that night. Probably a hot date. I was given the chance and opportunity to make money. Cash. Ya know.
The first day was awesome. I washed so many dishes. I got home after midnite. I learned their way of washing floors with an industrial mop. I got paid. I was a happy kid. I still am a happy kid.
Love to hear about YOUR 1st job ever. I started a topic for first job at the following network: http://www.RPnetworkers.com (Join and reply with your 1st experiences too)

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Apr 08, 2014 11:17 pmre: Your 1st job #

Barbara Dorden
Hello, My first job was at Ithaca Industries in Lakeland Georgia. This was a tee-shirt factory and making production. I was in the binding department at 17 years old. I never made production and the first time I was close, so the excitement was building. I chopped the tip of my finger off and had few stitches. This was very painful, and my husband was not happy, because I was out of work for a few weeks. When the doctor removed the stitches I almost passed out and she determined that I maybe pregnant and of course she was right. I went back to work and I was afraid of the machine, so had to leave.


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Apr 09, 2014 5:12 amre: Your 1st job #

Chas Wyatt
It was on a berry farm pruning berry cane and wrapping the vines around the wires between the posts in the middle of winter with snow on the ground- I got frostbite on my toes and rented a row shack in a migrant camp with no plumbing and wood heat- I had to pack water from the community well and use an 'outhouse'. Besides paying rent and basic needs, I bought some books- minimum wage only went so far, even back then. But, I wasn't at home living with mom and dad and was debt-free.


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May 29, 2017 11:27 amre: re: Your 1st job #

Paul Finkelstein


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