Not Happy with my Job

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peteryoungy
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So I work at M&S.

I have realised that with the high paid jobs you tend to work with people that is the same age as my parents. I am 17 BTW.

I fought it would be fun but I don't think that I want to be friends with my co workers.

I went to JD and the staff was maximum 30 yrs old. It was fun working there as they were friendly as I would actually get to be friends with them.
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idk where i work is pretty good pay (for a 16 year old) and everyone there is around 16-19 apart from managers ofc
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where do u work? In total there is about 15 staff and the next youngest is about 23. She's an international student. Cant communicate with her like my other friends.
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Ha, in my first job everyone was at least a decade older than me, some of them were even twice my age, you get used to it.
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How can I make friends? I want to be happy while I am working. But I cant choose friends that are far too old. Maximum they should be is 25. There's only 1 below 25.
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I find it that working with people who are older than me are easier to make friends with. At my workplace a majority of the people are older, but I'm friends with all of them and I find it less awkward to be around them. Each to their own, I guess..
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(Original post by Leslie Knope)
I find it that working with people who are older than me are easier to make friends with. At my workplace a majority of the people are older, but I'm friends with all of them and I find it less awkward to be around them. Each to their own, I guess..
u are lucky then.
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(Original post by peteryoungy)
where do u work? In total there is about 15 staff and the next youngest is about 23. She's an international student. Cant communicate with her like my other friends.
I work at a restaurant
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I work at M&S where do you work
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But haven't you started today or yesterday?
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today I saw the staff and just didn't look friendly I think. Unless if the shift that I will work will have people who are roughly some age as me.
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I have never worked anywhere where I've wanted to have workmates as friends
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