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  • Fenton His Work
    491 words
    In today's society, a job is necessary. Many people get up every morning hating what they do, but as the working class people we have to learn to live with it. Not everything we do we will like. Fenton is a worker for Seaboard World Airlines. He's an everyday person that wakes up every morning to go to work. The difference between other people and Fenton is the fact he hates his job. I say he hates his job because of the way he talks about it. For example he says "Tuesday is always the worst day...
  • Friends House And Jurgis
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    The novel ' The Jungle' by Upton Sinclair took place in the 1900's the main character in this book is Jurgis Rud kis and his dynamic change to Socialism. He started out as a young and strong man looking for the "american dream". He left Lithuania in hope of starting a family and a cordial Life. The beginning of this book starts at the wedding of Jurgis and Ona Lukoszaite which I believe symbolizes that they are starting a new life for themselves and it is starting out with happiness and a bond. ...
  • Store Alone With My Boss
    729 words
    Could Have Been Different I had a situation once when I wished that I could have re run it. If only I had thought about what was happening and the power that I actually had, I would have had an entirely different situation at hand. I could have prevented the whole thing a lot sooner. The whole thing started when I was working at an auto shop called Car Quest. My friend Tammy had just gotten me the job starting as a cashier. Even in the few days that I worked there, I loved my job and everyone I ...
  • Job As Censor
    345 words
    Valenzuela's "The Censors " The author starts out say "Poor Juan!" you know that something bad has happened to the man, this attracts your attention and leads you to keep reading. She says that fate caught him with one of its dirty tricks while had his guard down, and then proceeds to tell the tale. She vaguely hints of the doom that lies ahead of Juan and you have to know what horror awaits him. It is organized as a story, told in chronological order; this is effective in showing you the steps ...
  • Inequality In The Japanese Workplace
    1,744 words
    It is impossible to judge a book off its cover. Japan is like a bad book with a good cover. On the outside, Japan's cover looks like one in which other countries should envy. When we take a look and see that their income gap between rich and poor is smaller than that of the United States. Generally, the Japanese are known for their teamwork, and equality. If anyone in Japan is making a outrageous salary they are looked down on because that shows individuality, and it goes against teamwork. There...
  • Next Step In My Career
    970 words
    It is a saying which states that your name can run your destiny, and in my case it seems to be true, but in a different way. If I translate my name in English, it means "obstacle". Nevertheless, it has not been any obstacle in my life yet which I could not pass. Moreover, any impediment for me means a new challenge. But the biggest accomplishment I have achieved in my life is to have a family and a career. In addition, I dare to say that without the support of my family, I would not have a caree...
  • Their First Job
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    Most people commonly think that when they get their first job it often lasts a lifetime, but when life gives you an unexpected turn you are faced with the challenge of coping with an unwanted change. Changes include losing your job. The first time I realized I was no longer a kid was when I lost my first job. My first job was at Toys R Us. My mom had a part time job working at Toys R Us also. I decided that when I turned sixteen I wanted a job. My mother and I came to an agreement that she would...

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