What was your first job?
technical-salesman in the bank, but I already sold kinder toys in the playground
@fares_aktouf My first job was a hotel front desk clerk in Kuwait. I graduated from accounting school in India but was not successful or lucky to find a job in my home land. I applied via https://layboard.in/vacancies/jo... and it was real luck for me back then. The pay was good. Now I returned home, but will come back to the Middle East if I still can't find anything here.
My first real job was in biz dev. And I got fired :') I created a video to share my thoughts...
@shivam_jha3 Much appreciated. I think it was a blessing in disguise for you as you got motivated rather than losing hope.
@shivam_jha3 Hats off. 👌
I got my first job when I was 17. It was at an electronics shop.
I delivered the hometown newspaper on Wednesday.
@almas_mano1 it was a long time ago
@almas_mano1 No job is too minor.
McDonald's kitchen worker.
@luka_vasic You must be a hardworking lad then.
@jennifer_123 Thanks haha, currently in growth marketing and sales
First job as a Digital Marketing
@harshit_chawla Is it interesting field?
@jennifer_123 very Interesting field, if someone is interested in a creative field, Analytics strategy part and many other things. Digital Marketing is a very vast domain very we can have many different departments where we can learn and grow. Most Important in a digital world it is great to have so many options that we can track each and every metric of our goal which we want in the Marketing field.
@jennifer_123 yes it is a very interesting field. The nature of job is quite fascinating.
First ever job? Back office of a car dealership. First job out of college? Product and Ops at a tiny VR startup.
my first job.. Teacher of Geography at school :)
ESL teacher in an online platform!
Manufacturing quality auditor. Traveled the world, audited supplier production lines, told very competent engineers with 20+ yrs experience how the client wanted them to do... urgh I feel a ashamed of how frustrated they must have felt about that. Anyway it was a great first job with a lot of learnings.
As a sales manager for an automobile company, the good old days
earned some first money as a freelancer at the age of 16, but only got my first fulltime job at 23 (researcher)
@daniel_engels Freelancing has provided many students with a good way of earning.
☕️ Barista although that wasn't enough to get me drinking coffee, find the taste very strong even now 😜
Starbucks barista! I absolutely loved it. I worked weekends and after school. I always asked for the 5 am shifts in the summertime so I could be out by 1 pm. Plus, I would work all the holidays to get extra tips!
Cart collector at your favorite retail store.
I was 17. I was a carpenter's assistant. My boss had half a thumb and was a draft dodger. One day, I saved him from falling three stories off a balcony by holding onto his tool belt. Definitely character building!
My first job was a graphic artist at a printing shop