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Being a cook still sucks.

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Just got hired for another restaurant. It sucks, the rush hours are pretty insane for the pizza man and there's like 30+ different kind of pizza. :pffft: The food is terrible and doesn't inspire me to work hard. It's all shit.

 

I was also offered a janitor job for $25 per hour but cleaning toilets full of puke at a pub is terrible, I've done it before. Still gonna do it though for the cash, but it's not enough hours on it's own.

 

So in the morning I will be cleaning shit and then serving shit for the rest of the day. Oh joy. What the fuck am I doing with my life? I better start kicking myself into gears soon, I can't take this much longer. 

 

Bu hey if it sucks too hard I'll just go elsewhere, every fucking restaurant around here are low staffed and desperate for cooks.

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sorry to hear about the food being shitty man. being forced to serve garbage is probably traumatic for you. get a clown suit and apply for a fancy restaurant? 

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Sucks dude. I worked in kitchens during high school/some parts of college, never again. The hours are terrible too, can't have any QOL at that point. 

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Nearly all jobs in the restaurant business are shit and the hours are usually way too long.

You should learn a trade and quit this wage slave garbage.

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3 minutes ago, bhytre said:

Nearly all jobs in the restaurant business are shit and the hours are usually way too long.

You should learn a trade and quit this wage slave garbage.

^ This.

 

Plus as he's in the Most Glorious Socialist Republic of Quebec, there's probably a program (and/or funding) to get into trades for minimal amount of debt, or at perhaps grants for certain trades within the province.

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@Ramza

 

https://www.quebecmetiersdavenir.com/les-etapes-de-mon-projet/   :face: 

 

 

The other thing I should add is that Quebec typically offers employers (in specific fields, and trades) financial compensation for new hires who have trained and plan to stay in the province.

 

Example: When I worked in Quebec, the employer had our co-worker who went to post-secondary for Web Programming/Design, and the government offered a matching rate of pay (up to $1700 per month in this case, so it will vary) for hiring him. Thus his pay was effectively doubled.  And this was in 2010, when I lived in Montreal.

 

So while I can't confirm any specifics, I'm sure there are people within the Vocational trade site I listed can explain what (if any) programs are available, which is an incentive to employers to increase their employees wages.

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Yeah I could not do that. Take some business/management courses and if you want to stay in the restaurant industry just own it restaurant. 

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from all the comments summed up: stop being poor man, get rich just like that, no problemo. 

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10 hours ago, Carlos Vela said:

That sucks,  i started my own business :)

yo daddy pay for it?

 

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