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post #5301 of 17083 Old 11-24-2008, 10:06 AM
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No, no strawberries anymore

I'm just practicing as a shop assistant at a little store close to my home. I'll shelve groceries & other stuff during this week; in the next week I'll try a checkout counter. Then I have still a week when I'll do everything. After the practical training I'll have a school for a week. After it I'll back to spend my gap year as an unemployent except if I find a proper job (I hope I'll find).

"On hyviä vuosia, kauniita muistoja, mutta kuitenkaan, en saata unohtaa,
Että koskaan en ole yksin, varjo seuraa onneain.
Vaikka myrsky hetkeksi tyyntyykin, varjo seuraa onneain.
Ja pian taas uusin hönkäyksin, varjo seuraa onneain.
Hei tuu mun luo, pieneksi hetkeksi. Puhutaan, varjoni, valkoiseksi enkeliksi."

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post #5302 of 17083 Old 11-24-2008, 10:10 AM
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I am sure you will find a job . What job you want anyway? Like which you will call it as a proper job?

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post #5303 of 17083 Old 11-24-2008, 10:43 AM
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I think that a "proper" job holds almost anything in which you're payed by your boss, no a labor political operation (aka a labor political schooling or a practical training) in which you're payed by the social insurance institution. The reason of it why I don't like labor political operations or count them as a proper job is that they are paid more poor than real workers earns.

I still won't go to a strawberry patch again if I haven't a real lack of money. It's my last resort. Because I'm not in very good shape physically I try to avoid some physically heavy jobs too. But still, I haven't any vocational education (I'm just an upper secondary school graduated) so I can't require a lot. I would gladly work for example as a cashier at McDonald's, clear up glasses at a local bar or work as a telemarketer if the salary had a regular, not a commission.

"On hyviä vuosia, kauniita muistoja, mutta kuitenkaan, en saata unohtaa,
Että koskaan en ole yksin, varjo seuraa onneain.
Vaikka myrsky hetkeksi tyyntyykin, varjo seuraa onneain.
Ja pian taas uusin hönkäyksin, varjo seuraa onneain.
Hei tuu mun luo, pieneksi hetkeksi. Puhutaan, varjoni, valkoiseksi enkeliksi."

Pelle Miljoona Oy - Varjo seuraa onneain

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post #5304 of 17083 Old 11-24-2008, 11:11 AM
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To me proper job is the job you really love to do. Like I love to do my business but I hate it at the same time when I can't really expand it.

I think I will try and put some investment somewhere to expand my little empire .

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post #5305 of 17083 Old 11-24-2008, 11:23 AM
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I just came home from a 8 hour school day (10 hours since I left home this morning), two tests done, couple of assignments too, and now I have to write atleast one page in my paper, do my icelandic writing homework, do math homework, do bookeeping homeworkand do english homework...
I'm beat already
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post #5306 of 17083 Old 11-24-2008, 11:44 AM
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Wow!!! That's alot of work. By the time you finish you'll be so tired that you might hit bed right after it?

How come so much work before Christmas holidays?

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post #5307 of 17083 Old 11-24-2008, 11:47 AM
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that's how many teachers do it
We have to finish all the work so we can take the christmas test on it
Thankfully I have to write a movie review so I can take a 2 hour break
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post #5308 of 17083 Old 11-24-2008, 12:05 PM
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I remember when I use to get alot of homework and upon not doing it, we use to get detentions. I could bear the detention for 30mins lecture instead of spending 4 hours of my precious life doing unnecessary homework.

Sometimes, some smart girls in my class use to do it for me (not sure why though). So in those times I use to be saved from detention.

I was very bad student academically though now when I think about it, it makes me laugh!

Oh well enjoy your days while you at school, because later you'll always remember it in your good memories.

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post #5309 of 17083 Old 11-24-2008, 12:24 PM
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I'm actually really bad about always thinking "I'll just do it in my lunch break, or my snack break" or something like that !
But here you don't get detention, but if the teacher finds out you didn't do your homework, your semester grade will get lower
So I think I'll just do my homework.. this school is really hard to get into so I don't want to jeopardise it
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post #5310 of 17083 Old 11-24-2008, 12:30 PM
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Oh definitely, studies first before anything else. This will be your base for your future. If you work hard now, it will be fruitful for future.

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