The worst job I ever had
Many of us have to go through different hurdles in our life and one among those is having the worst job. All of us have to work in this world and the jobs that we get may not be the best job that we like. “All things are difficult before they are easy” (Fuller, Brainy Quote). The printing job was the worst job that I ever had. I was assigned to print designs on the T-shirts. There were two huge machines that looked like a waffle maker with two hot surface sides that can hold an extra extra large size T-shirt. The T-shirts were plain and available in different colors, texture and sizes. Each design has the word New York and a picture that promotes the New York City. For example, there were pictures of the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, the National Museum of History, etc. After the T-shirts’ are printed, the owner will sell them in Manhattan city for $2.00 each. I had to quit the job on the first day because it had many risks involved; I had to face many difficulties and there were only minimum rights given to the employees. The first reason that the printing job was the worst job that I had is that I had to face many difficulties while going through this job. The job that I was supposed to do was to print the designs on the t-shirts. First, I had to wait until the machine got hot about 75 degrees which makes the whole area get hotter in minutes. Second, I had to clear the wrinkles, if any on the t-shirts and place six pair of the same color and same size on one side of the hotter surface. The best part that I like about the job is that I can use any designs to print and do any creative works on it. However, I had to position the design that suits the color of the T-shirts on the middle of the T-shirt. Finally, I had to press hard on the other side of the heavy machine on to the top of the T-shirts with designs and wait for about five to ten minutes to get the designs on the T-shirts. I had to use...
Cited: Fuller, Thomas. Brainy Quote. 2001. 9 december 2010
Steinem, Gloria. "Work." Gillespie, Sheena. Accross Cultres. NewYork: Longman, 2002. 211.
Lincoln, Abraham. Brainy Quotes. 2001. 9 december 2010
Please join StudyMode to read the full document