True, it is Alberta. This province is pretty desperate for workers. But ugggggg, fast food again. That was a horrible job. I burned myself on the deep frier one day when I worked at Burger King when I was a teenager.
Thing is, I just might be stuck doing that until these classes are finished. But it's only 10 weeks. After that, I should have a truly amazing job that I wanted in the first place due to the classes I'm taking. They'll help me find a position after.
Everyone (coworkers, boss', and even the teachers at the classes I'm taking) keeps telling me how talented I am, that they're amazed at how much I know, that I can get a job anywhere. Well, if that's the case then why can't I seem to find a job in what I was trained for instead of these low level jobs? Anyway... just griping. I'm still stressed. Sorry.
Canadagirl, I'm about an hour from the American border.
Three or four (don't have a car, so don't drive and am not sure if it's three or four lol) hours drive from the mountains.
lad, yeah no kidding. It's idiotic and we're all suffering because of it. Makes us want to pull our hair out. Makes me want to pull my hair out.
Since I made the decision to leave, I actually feel alot better than I did. I guess we'll see what happens. I only hope I'm not screwing myself by quitting.
Thank you for listening and your support by the way. For some reason, it means more than when you hear it from family because family's naturally biased.