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Im going to get my first job, and I just wanted to hear some stories or some places good to work at... I have never had time because of school and lacrosse, but my season is ending and summer is coming and i need money to pay for my insurance...

Im thinking of working at firestone tires, but if i dont get there i want to work somewhere were i can do manual labor, not just sit down the whole day.

anyways, Im just bored, being 12:30 dosent help, and i have a lacrosse game in 10 hours.
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Im going to get my first job, and I just wanted to hear some stories or some places good to work at... I have never had time because of school and lacrosse, but my season is ending and summer is coming and i need money to pay for my insurance...

Im thinking of working at firestone tires, but if i dont get there i want to work somewhere were i can do manual labor, not just sit down the whole day.

anyways, Im just bored, being 12:30 dosent help, and i have a lacrosse game in 10 hours.
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My first job was working at Thrifty's Drug Store (now Rite Aid). I was the Ice Cream Boy. That job kicked major butt. TONS of ice cream. Yeah, I had to work stock in a retail store, and that wasn't too much fun. But there was ice cream, so it was all OK.

Having the insanely high metabolism that I did (do), I never gained weight from the pint-a-day consumption schedule I enacted upon my employment with Thrifty. It's a shame I don't have access to so much ice cream at my current job. ...though putting a soft-serve machine, ice box, or freezer in the helicopter would definitely cut down on the cabin space.

As for your job: get something you like. It may sound cliche, but no matter how "cool" a job may look, if it's not doing something that you enjoy doing up to 40 hours a week, you should really keep looking.

But, finding a job you like that ALSO has sweet employee discounts isn't too shabby a goal.

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Don't work for a tire place, that is, unless you don't want to be able to pick up your grandchildren. Yeah, you may get sick discounts, but that is horrible work.

Costco is a nice place to work. They pay pretty well but they don't take shit from anybody. They don't give you discounts, but you will get a free premium membership (woopdee doo).

I worked for UPS for a couple years. You'll lose weight and get real buff, but the preload shift starts at 3:00 A.M. and runs to about 9:00 A.M. Forget the possibility of any nightlife. It's good if you're an insomniac and love lifting weights at three in the morning.

I work for Best Buy right now and love it. It is my highest-paying job thus far and you get awesome discounts. They have positions for those who are not necessarily salesmen (like me) where you work behind the scenes in shipping, receiving, merchandising, etc.

Just don't forget that school always comes first.
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My first job was selling newspapers in front of a grocery store. Worked the weekends and made $50 on a good day but that was a lot for me at 13 years old.

I would recommend working in any type of electronics retail. After you've worked a complete year (including the holidays), you'll relize that you never want to work in retail again. Helps to motivate you to finish school and get a real career. If you want to sit down all day, look at any call centers in your area. I currently work for an outsourcer. The job is easy for agents, all they do is just sit there and answer customer questions. You'll get the pissed ones but eventually learn to deal with them.

Stay away from any type of manual labor jobs (shop/tire place). I'm a weekend roughneck but would never do it 8a-5p.

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my first job was a lifeguard. decent pay, nice scenery, and you get to be outside all day.
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First job was the paperboy for the daily, weekend and the Sunday NYTimes. Did that for 6 odd years. Then my first job out of College, I did retail & UPS (loader & unloader of the semis at their hub) - did that for about 3/4 year before getting my first engineering job as a Process Engineer (still made shit). But learned as much as possible, until I knew I could market myself for a better job and company.

The retail stuff I did was OfficeMax & Bed Bath & BEyond - good for office supplies and home stuff. UPS, it was fun to be paid to work out.

If I had to do it again, and if they were around when i was growing up, I would work at a Best Buy or any auto-parts store (Autozone, etc.). I would pick a place to work that you feel that you would enjoy and can do a decent job.

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My first real paying job was at a golf course, on the maintnence crew. The hours were great 6:00-2:30 they fed us at the club everyday, and when the day was over I had a good portion of the afternoon left to work for my dad and my uncle. The best advice I can give you is work your ass off during the summer, and put that money back so you can take it easy during the school year.
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My first "real" job was at In-N-Out burger. Bad ass job, good money, free fattening food, and usually some hotties working there. They were usually $2 above minimum wage to start too, so $9.25 to start out here in Cali.

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my first paying job was buckin' hay for $1.75/hr
lol....was that when a shave and shine where 2 bits


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I think I've read about those days in old history books. Was that back when you had to hand carve your own tread in your mud wheels if you knew you were going to be traveling the Oregon Trail during the winter? And if your wagon broke an axle, it would take a couple months for the telegram to reach the axle manufacturer and then get the part to you? Kinda like 4 Wheel Parts today?

Back to the OP, if you have any desire to work with people, start calling hotels in your local area. Summer months are very busy and they are usually looking to hire even temp. summer help to work the front desk or as a bellman (work bellman and you can walk around, get some exercise lifting bags and probably make decent tips.) You can't let peoples' attitudes get under your skin easily, but you will open up a lot and get a lot of confidence with talking to people, solving problems and thinking on your feet! I started at the front desk, got a couple promotions up to salaried management and did some hiring. As long as you have a smile and a willingness to help, listen and talk to guests, you should get hired! (those are keywords highlighted to drop in an interview.)

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I think I've read about those days in old history books. Was that back when you had to hand carve your own tread in your mud wheels if you knew you were going to be traveling the Oregon Trail during the winter? And if your wagon broke an axle, it would take a couple months for the telegram to reach the axle manufacturer and then get the part to you? Kinda like 4 Wheel Parts today?

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Then my first job out of College, I did retail & UPS (loader & unloader of the semis at their hub) - did that for about 3/4 year.

The retail stuff I did was OfficeMax & Bed Bath & BEyond - good for office supplies and home stuff. UPS, it was fun to be paid to work out.

If I had to do it again, and if they were around when i was growing up, I would work at a Best Buy or any auto-parts store (Autozone, etc.). I would pick a place to work that you feel that you would enjoy and can do a decent job.

Good luck and let us know what you do.
x3 on the shipping job. It wasn't my first though. I worked at FedEx Ground doing preload for about a year. Pretty good job, I worked my way up from unloading, to loading the deliv trucks, and then to driving the switcher (yard truck).

Retail would prob. be the best. I've had several friends work at Best Buy too. My first few jobs include a movie theater, Krogers (grocery store), and Home Depot (many diff jobs). But you gotta find something you like.

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FedEx starts at over $11
UPS will have you making around $11 by the end of your first year.

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UPS will have you making around $11 by the end of your first year.

You need to be 18.
I started with UPS in the preload, and I'm still with them 23 years later as a full time driver. I found that working those hours (3am-8am) left me tired during the day, which made going to school difficult. I never could get used to it. Now, I'm not budging from my day shift. I could get a cushy feeder job if I wanted to work nights again.
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I would recommend working in any type of electronics retail. After you've worked a complete year (including the holidays), you'll relize that you never want to work in retail again. Helps to motivate you to finish school and get a real career.
amen to that. i worked at best buy one summer and after seeing the guys there try to make a career out of it, i knew i had to hit the books hard. retail blows hard unless you're in high school.

also, i would avoid manual labor type jobs not only bc of the health reasons but bc you'll always be competing with cheap immigrant labor that will only get cheaper.

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Exacto, my first 'real' job was and still is working at the local grocery store. I think it is Von's for you down there? anyways, I have been there for 15 months now and love it. Get to see everyone in town when they come to shop and actually get raises every 540 hours. Best of all, they work around your schedule for school. That sounds like a prority for you and def. is for me. good luck

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My first job was at a cemetery. I had thousands of people under me and folks were just dying to get in.

The cemetery was located across the street from my high school. I manipulated my class schedule so that I had my last two hours open. I would walk out the back door of the school, hop the fence and be at work. The school also had a program that allowed me to get a class credit for the job.

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that was my exact first job in high school (besides mowing lawns when i was little.)
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