How can I quit my 2 maintenance jobs?

I do allot at my night job. I replace all the garbage in the entire store. I bring all the garbage to the dumpster outside and get rid of it along with hundreds of boxes left by the stores night crew. After that I have to clean the bathrooms and fitting rooms. After that I have to run into the parking lot and collect every cart in the entire parking lot. I then have to sweep outside and bring the plants inside. Then I have to bring defected items to the back and put them in crates where they belong. At my morning job it's simple but annoying, you have to walk around with a giant broom and sweep the ile's over and over again for about six hours. I need to figure out how I can get out of these insane jobs? I have a third job in mind its on commision. For my new job I'll be selling verizon fios door to door. I just want advise on a good way to say I quit. The jobs are at pathmart and k mart My name is not lillian it's mike Is it better to be fired or to quit? is selling verizon fios a good job? I live with my mother,father,brother,sister,uncle. I have four dogs,2 birds and many fish. I'm 21, my mother and brother work only one job. I graduated highschool and dropped out of csi college. I have been working these two jobs for over a year. Any phycics outthere if I should quit my jobs?

Asked By: LILLIAN L - 6/20/2006
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First of all, they are not maintenance jobs, their janitorial jobs. How can you get out of them? Quit. Find something better, or stay with it long enough to go to some kind of school so you can do better. I do maintenance work, and I wouldn't even consider sweeping a parking lot or carrying out trash. Learn how to work... More
Answered By: swcasper2001 - 6/20/2006
Additional Answers (11)
Look for a new job!!!!
Answered By: Lilys - 6/20/2006
sounds like you're not allergic to hard work. That's a great asset... More
Answered By: HiAmp - 6/20/2006
I would have to say just quit, You dont mention in your question that you need these jobs. so what is holding you there. Find ONE job that you will be happy at and stick with it.
Answered By: twism - 6/20/2006
I recommend searching for a different job that would better suit you. Don't quit until you find the one you want. You have the opportunity to be picky and take only the one that you will be satisfied with. Then tell the boss that you have now that you would like to put in your 2 week notice of terminating your... More
Answered By: Tony H - 6/20/2006
Get an education. While it's never good to be fired (you never want to burn your bridges), realistically it doesn't matter. You can have a friend from that company as a reference or don't even put the job on your resume.
Answered By: SexyTrojan - 6/20/2006
you already have some great answers, just remember selling on commission is just that if you don't sell you don't sell you don't git payed, try the other option on a part time basis, commission work and find out if you can sell, not every body can and you get a lot of rejection, before you sell, accepting rejection as... More
Answered By: - 7/2/2006
Sounds like you a re a hard worker. Do you live in the US? If you do, a state or county job is perfect for you. The benefits are the best. SInce you have experience there is a greater chance for yoou to be hired. They also sponsor people who are willing to go back to school, specifically for the nursing field. Don't... More
Answered By: Judith e - 7/3/2006
If you have a way to replace the income, give proper notice and try not to burn bridges. You may want references for your old employer.
Answered By: Ernest P - 7/4/2006
Just give them a two week written notice that reads something like this... More
Answered By: oregonerin - 7/4/2006
take a look at the jobs that you are doing make a pros and cons list and see what weights the most then stay with the one you feel that you want to be in and then tell the others that you quit but give two weeks notice
Answered By: LENORE P - 7/4/2006
There are a lot of things you don't say in your question. Do you have a family to support? Do you have friends and family members who would give you lots of moral support through some difficult times if you were to find something new? What kind of education do you have now... More
Answered By: Myrna B - 7/4/2006
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