With unemployment high and jobs scarce, some people are coming to the realization that, in order to work at all, they might have to settle for a job that they would have never considered. Others are finding it necessary to stay in jobs they don't like. A sobering reminder of today's economy is seeing more people with "Will work for food" signs. The cat in the picture above looks like it could be saying, "Will work for effect."
Here are some pictures of people whose jobs, frankly, I would not want. All I can say about the first one is YIKES!
I guess the job market is tight!
This job is just plain gross!
Can this be for real?!
In the picture below, the German translates as "At the wrong time in the wrong place in the wrong job?"
I ran across a German website whose schtick is to strategically place pictures on the sides of machines, advertising their job-finding services with the slogan "Life's too short for the wrong job." Some of these are extremely clever. I will give some help for several since the pictures might be hard to figure out.
An instant photo machine...
Airport security machine for scanning carry-on luggage...
So THAT is how those kiddie rides work!
If you'd like to see more, you can go to the site shown in the pictures above. Let me warn you that some of them may not be to your liking, especially if you tend to fragility.
Our daughter Megan posted some great pictures of our grandson Drew on her blog this past week. I'll share several of my favorites.
Megan and her friend Beth took their little guys to a mall to see Curious George. Drew was delighted, and Joey was not.
Afterwards they went to Krispy Kreme for warm donuts. Here's a picture of the boys watching the donuts go by on the conveyor. Our little peanut is just barely tall enough to look in the window without assistance.
That's almost enough to make me want to be working on the other side of that window!
Later in the week Megan did a post about the golf clubs Drew had received as a Christmas gift. The weather is nice enough now for him to begin to enjoy trying them out. Here are a couple of shots of our young golf pro.
If you want to see more, head over to Megan's blog.
What are your thoughts about bad jobs? Would you currently settle for any job, even a bad one? Is there a bad job in your past that you're happy not to have as a part of your present?
Happy Memorial Day to those who have a day off work! Even though I have to work today, I'm thankful to have a summer job. I'm especially thankful for those whose sacrifice have helped secure the freedoms we currently enjoy. May those freedoms erode no further!
"God created man to work, and so man is unhappy when he's doing nothing productive.... It's the fallenness of this world that makes work hard and unenjoyable." - Dr. Drew Conley
Many people quit looking for work when they find a job.
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