What is the best and worst job you had before actually starting your career?

what was the job and why did or didn't you like it

Asked By: jlarson - 11/10/2007
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best: intern as research scientist working on patented nanotechnology processes. Also worked on vibration/shock analysis on optical switches for L3 communications... More
Answered By: Dr S - 11/10/2007
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nothings worse than fast food
Answered By: Devo-Obsesso - 11/10/2007
Best job: Summer camp counselor (easy, fun, and free food and lodging. unfortunately, the pay sucks... More
Answered By: rambutan0316 - 11/10/2007
Vons. They pay you minimum wage. you do all the hardest work. and you never stop working. You are basically the guy who picks up all the slops. its horrible. You also get in trouble for not moving at high speed.
Answered By: jordan p - 11/10/2007
Thats a good question... More
Answered By: solid snake - 11/10/2007
Working at Mc donalds. LoL ... Who love frying fries? not me LOL
Answered By: Ny girl - 11/10/2007
THE WORST: During one summer from college, I worked as a telemarketer on a campaign offering hunting camping supplies. I liked the sales aspect, but absolutely hated the product:)
Answered By: Jamie G - 11/10/2007
Best, working for TV producers reading the scripts and books they received in hopes they would make a movie out of them and giving my opinion, great money too, worst was a home health care agency with all women, really nasty b*tchy women all in a little clique who made my life a living hell.
Answered By: thisisme - 11/10/2007
Ok, I haven't really started my "career" yet because I'm in college and have only held random jobs I wouldn't consider part of any cohesive career. But I'll chime in anyway... More
Answered By: palevegetarian - 11/10/2007
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