(Original post by arcenciel21)
Lmao how much do you get paid to come up with this ********?
At least cleaning is a useful job, recruitment really isn't. Now THAT is a job for someone who can't get anything better
Also, who are you to tell me I 'cannot be that desperate for a job'? You don't know anything about my situation. I already have a job waitressing in a restaurant, I am just looking for a part time job early in the morning just for the summer to supplement my income. I am also going to university in September so I don't need to get into ******** jobs like 'trainee recruitment' which requires no experience and takes anyone they can get.
Oh, and I am also an immigrant and I will have a better career than you do. Sorry.
Your really nasty and up yourself because i would never tell someone i will have a better career than them as if you think you are better than anyone else and if that was true you would not be working as a cleaner or waitress so what your telling me makes no sense at all plus when i give people info on other jobs or where to look for them it's for anyone reading the thread if they did not know about it as i learn a lot about stuff or jobs i have never heard of before that someone else mentions on a thread. Even if i made a mistake by what i wrote that came off as putting down immigrants or cleaning jobs it was about trying to help someone else by giving them as much information that i knew about because i have met so many people that did not have confidence in themselves to do other jobs because they never knew about it and i don't need to know about your situation i was just telling you about other jobs.
Oh and At least Recruitment is a useful job too that helps people like yourself desperate for work to find jobs including cleaning jobs
Not everyone likes the idea of working in recuitment or estate agents but at least they pay good money, i ever said anyone had to do it, i'm just giving them information
I find it weird that anyone prefers low paid, zero hour contract jobs rather than higher paid jobs so when i tell other people who tell me they are desperate for a job and can't get anything and refuse to do cleaning jobs because they think it is above them they still won't take a chance and sign up with an employment agency or apply for recruitment, etc but still continue to complain so i just wish years ago someone had told me about those type of jobs and to go to never give up on agencies that's why i try to tell as many people as possible so obviously i don't get paid to come up with this ****.
And even if someone is in uni they don't always know what career to go into when they leave or they end up having to do low paid jobs they don't want to do like cleaning, waitress, etc because they could not get the job they really wanted and because they did not bother or know about the other jobs or agencies i mentioned
It amazes me how many people go to uni and after uni ends, spend thousands of pounds paying back the loan but prefer to take cleaning, waitress, supermarket jobs instead of going to an agency to get a higher paid job but it doesn't have to be any of the jobs i mentioned but agencies take away the hard work of endlesssj ob searching for people.
What's the point of going to uni just so you can work as a cleaner afterwards and i don't mean doing low paid jobs inbetween uni to make ends meet.
I have met so many people who finished uni who end up in these low paid jobs because they could not get any other job but that's because no one told them about employment agencies or they stopped going to them because they did not like them but they don't realise that they should sign up with lots of different agencies if one had not helped them to get a job and not give up on agencies.
I have a friend who refuses to do cleaning or any high paid job i suggest because she says she has no confidence to do high paid jobs, and she won't go back to college to get better qualifications. When she has been to only one agency that did not get her a job she gave up and did not try other agencies for years but a month ago she got a full time job through an agency for 2 weeks emptying envelopes for £200 a week then it ended as there was no more work then went back to the job centre instead of trying lots of other different agencies first which i sent her a long list of agencies online by email to try but she could'nt be bothered, she would rather go back to the job centre but her reason to go to the agency to empty envelopes in the first place was only because she was fed up of the job centre sending her on courses for every retail job she did not really want either but before she could apply for every retail job she has to attend 2 or 3 week full time courses but every year it has been her new years resolution to get a job or she says she is desperate to get a job. She does not have a degree but people i have met who have got degrees act exactly as she does and have no common sense to try different jobs like recruitment even if it's not what they want to do and can still look for other jobs while in recruitment, etc but they prefer to take easy, low paid jobs like yourself.
I'm sure when you leave uni your still going to be in a cleaning/waitressing job but there's nothing wrong with that because you like doing those jobs rather than recruitment, etc and you consider those a *****er job than cleaning.
Your complaining you don't need to take **** jobs that requires no experience and takes anyone they can get but is'nt that what cleaning jobs do too but for much lower pay ?