I hate my job!

married with children married with children
Does any one else here hate their job? I hate mine. It is not so much they type of work I do, but the company I work for. I do not enjoy my work enough to go and do it on the weekend, but it pays the bills. The company I work for makes it very hard to get up in the morning to go and do my job. As soon as I can, I will get a job with another company. But for now I am stuck.
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MaryExy MaryExy
I used to work at an ice cream place. I hated it because the owner of the store was unreliable. He came up with fantastical ideas but didn't fulfill the store's basic needs. He told us to refer people to him for caterings, but he never returned any calls; he refused to call services to repair things he didn't fix; and when we had literally no employees who could work certain shifts, he ran off with all the job applications people turned it (but he didn't hire anyone...)

Now I'm babysitting a lot. In another week, the kids will be out of school and I'll be nannying 40-50 hours a week probably. It should be fun
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Yea - I hate my job as well. It's technically a profession - but I'm trying to change careers again but the start up I'm trying to get a job with has funding problems and I have college tuition to pay for 3! Gotta stay with it!
Cream in the Cupcake Cream in the Cupcake
My work was fun until the new corprate managment. Now its flopped its image and is totally lame. I loved it until this, now I dread the customers and enviornment. might I add the dirt cheap pay
Tori Rebel Tori Rebel
I used to work in high net worth wealth management and I hated it. I loved who I worked with but I couldn't stand the clientele or the industry itself. My job now, although constantly challenging and there truly is NEVER a dull moment, I love. I love the work the people and the industry - I'm one of the truly lucky ones.
Jenyana Jenyana
I work in a call centre. You have zero job security, you can be fired for any reason or no reason at all; in fact, if you work a little too well and end up beign on there for more than five years you're likely to be fired because a new guy will be cheaper than you.

They promise rewards for productivity, but then find a thousand excuses not to pay them, and on top of that you have to spend six hours a day getting yelled at by strangers for things that aren't your fault.

I don't mind the "being yelled at by strangers" a lot, but I do resent the fact that they don't pay me well even if I do a great job.
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