I hate my job and I just started today. Give me some advice please?

I hate my job and I just started today. Give me some advice please? Topic: Save on foods jobs application
June 16, 2019 / By Hardy
Question: Ok, so I don't talk to my parents. We don't get along. After a fallout because of my boyfriend, they told me I'm 18 an need to get a job. So I did, the fastest one I could get. It's a place called Hale and Hearty Soups in New York. I applied for cashier but instead they made me a server scooping soups for customers, wearing an inconvenient uniform and not giving enough hours at the rate of 7.75. I'm really depressed. I would like to work in retail but not seeming to get calls back. I don't know what to do. Food service is just not for me. My boyfriend is happy that I'm making money but I hate the job and my boss can tell and I only worked there one day. He said I should look more friendly. Please give me adive and if you live in the New York area can you tell me some jobs that are hiring. Thankyou!
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Eladah Eladah | 3 days ago
For right now, give the job a chance. At least until you can find one more suitable to what you want. So in the mean time, put on a smile and make an effort to act like you like the job, even if you hate it. The one thing that you will hate is a bad reference when your potential employer calls your current boss and asks how you dealt with customers. Everyone hates food service. The pay sucks, the customers tend to be irritable and downright rude and you're expected to love what you do for little in return. But if you want to get a good work reference, give your best effort and keep the job, save up some money and keep putting in applications on your days off.
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Carl Carl
Is he the only supervisor there? Or are there others you still haven't met? At my job, I have many managers and there is only one that is unfriendly. I didn't like her at all at first and some days, I still don't. Yet I like my other managers and my co-workers so one rude person doesn't completely ruin it for me. If he's the only one, just try to keep a positive attitude. I would say that you should stay at the job for a little while and see if it gets any better. If the job is good with your schedule, it could be worth keeping if you can tolerate the supervisor after awhile. Keeping a positive attitude with the rude supervisor may make him realize how much of a jerk he's being. "Kill him with kindness", as they say, haha I wish you the best of luck! I know how hard that can be and the stress and fears involved in starting a new job. Hopefully it will work out for you! Besides, if the other employee can put up with it well enough, perhaps you can as well. If it gets too rough, just apply at a couple of other places while you're still there. Finding a job is so difficult in this economy!
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Allarick Allarick
Working retail isn't any better than serving food. You're still serving customers who aren't always friendly and you still have to do it with a smile on your face. And they get minimum wage too. I think it's time for you to do a lot of growing up and accept that you don't always get what you want, and sometimes that means working at a job you don't like because it's the responsible thing to do. If you're 18 years old and don't want to work crummy jobs all your life, save the money you're earning to get an education to get yourself a better job. Count yourself lucky that you've found one place to hire you. Getting your first job with no experience is difficult even in the best of times. With the slow economy, it's even worse. They're taking a real chance hiring you without any experience so don't screw it up.
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Tatum Tatum
malicia and Sassy2 have the right idea. Suck it up, get some experience, take what you can from the job and wait six months or a year, then move up to something better. If you quit now, you aren't going to get a good reference from the current boss when you apply for a new job. Better to be an excellent employee then have him say good things to the next potential employer.
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Rizpah Rizpah
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