I want to quit my job but I need the money.?

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  • I want to quit my job but I need the money.?


Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 23:34
Stick the job out.. I work hard and always have and my wife is a hard worker and she comes from a hard working family. A super market job cant be to bad when I was 16 I worked 12 hour shifts in a warehouse. Just stick the job out, you'll go on to do better things.
Positive: 67 %
Answer #2 | 20/12 2013 00:10
If you are not happy, then quit.
Positive: 61 %
Answer #3 | 20/12 2013 03:19
What you do is - get over it. In the real world - one needs to work to pay for things one wants. Or as you get older - things you need. Such as rent, groceries, cars and such. If you don't want someone else to pay for your purchases - which, incidentally, is a good thing - then you work, earn your own money and pay yourself. Figure out what is causing this depression - such as you just don't want to give up your time, want to sit home - and work on it. Just because there may be a mild depression about it - doesn't mean you run away from the issue. I know you are only 15 - but even at 15 - you can learn to deal with real-life issues and do what it takes to be responsible.
Positive: 41 %
Answer #4 | 20/12 2013 04:43
Keep working until you can find another job. You are not the only unhappy worker but you need to keep going to survive. Good Luck
Positive: 9 %
Answer #5 | 20/12 2013 07:06
I think you've learned a valuable lesson about living within your means (don't finance stuff unless it's a house or a car.) That's great to hear that you don't want to stick your mom with the bill. Even if you haven't told her about this I'm sure she is very proud of you for taking responsibility for the commitments that you've made. You haven't told us what about the place gets you depressed. We might be able to give you a different perspective on something with some more details. (The work is boring? The customers are rude? Your co-workers aren't friendly?) I'm sorry to say you just need to stick it out until you can get stuff paid off or you can try to try to sell the items you've purchased so you can pay off the bills in full. You might take a loss on the items, but it would cut down the time you have to stay there.
Positive: 10 %
Answer #6 | 20/12 2013 07:34
Well, money is why most people work. Welcome to the grownup world. Get the stuff paid off, then quit.
Positive: 10 %

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