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        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).
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        11-24-2008, 10:10 AM
    I am sure you will find a job . What job you want anyway? Like which you will call it as a proper job?

        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.
        11-24-2008, 11:11 AM
    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 .

        11-24-2008, 11:23 AM
    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
        11-24-2008, 11:44 AM
    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?

        11-24-2008, 11:47 AM
    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
        11-24-2008, 12:05 PM
    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.

        11-24-2008, 12:24 PM
    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
        11-24-2008, 12:30 PM
    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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