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What I learned at my first job

Posted April 21st, 2013 at 05:24 PM by Zorua

For most of you, you already know that I work at Sea World. It's a pretty awesome theme park if I do say so, myself. Sure, I may have times where I complain here and there about how hard my job is, but that's the nature of work itself. Sometimes you love it, and sometimes it can drive you up the walls.

This entry...well, I just want to rant out a few things, yeah?

I've had the unfortunate experience of seeing a lot of my co-workers (and even two of my bosses) leaving. I guess what made that experience so sentimental for me was the fact that, at least during my time in this job, your bosses aren't -just- your bosses. They're people that you hang around with, y'know? They're people that'll scratch your back if you scratch theirs, and if you get along with them, they'll really go the extra mile for you.

The memories are sad, and yet happy. It's sad, because every time that I think of happy memories, it makes me sad. But I know that, even though I only have 2 weeks left working at Sea World until my employment is over, I know that I will treasure and enjoy every single memory that the park has provided me ever since that one day, on November 2011 when I first decided to take interest in the company and apply for the job.

Thank you, Sea World. For all of these memories, good and bad, because regardless, it has made me such a stronger and a better person. Because of everything, I have made such wonderful friends, some that would even throw in a good word for me to get another job.

All of this serves to re-teach me something very invaluable: Don't take your experiences for granted. Don't be shy, go out there in the world, and get along with others! You really, truly, and honestly never know what kind of characters you'll meet, and who will decide to further your path towards success in life.

Take it from me, guys. This was my first job, after all. And I'm looking forward to the experiences that my future jobs would provide me.
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