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The content in this archive is collected from freely submitted stories by individuals worldwide.
Due to the nature of submissions, all are unique, often unexpected and always unrated.

This website does not engage in vigorous spell checking nor does it have an intangible marriage with grammar.
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This website intends to provide enjoyment with the most pleasant or otherwise unique reading material around.
We hope, if that isn’t enough – that you may enjoy the opportunity in sharing your own story.

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WORKPLACE STORIES. WE’VE GOT LOADS OF THEM!

| Q: What was your first job?

I worked at a party supply store. Mostly just blew up balloons and watched YouTube videos all day.

Anonymous.

| Q: What was your first job?

I guess my dish washing job in the cafeteria doesn’t count, but the one I had at the bed and breakfast does!

Anonymous.

| Q: What was your first job?

Very first job was making baked goods at northern delights in Dorset.

Anonymous, Canada.

Q: What was your first job?

Scooping Ice Cream cones at a Dairy Bar

Anonymous.

Q: What was your first job?

I started at the old store being a service clerk. Back when we had to bag groceries.

Anonymous.

Q: What was your first job?

If you accept newspaper delivery as a job, then newspaper delivery lol. In Calgary,1979. I was 13. Delivered the Albertan, until August of 1980, when the Toronto Sun bought them out. I had 2 months of collection money, and never returned it to the new owners. My friends and I spent it all on Arcade entertainment..and junk food lol. Oddly enough…I was never contacted by the Sun for their money lol

Anonymous.

| Q: What was your first job?

Strawberry picking at the Damiani farm! 25cents a quart was my wage!

Anonymous.

| Q: What was your first job?

Polishing Brass in a Museum …. about 1969

Anonymous.

| Q: What was your first job?

McLean’s Auction. I was 12 maybe. Dawn to dusk 6 bucks a day. Trump I was.

Anonymous.

| Q: What was your first job?

In Business for myself at age 12 – Mowing lawns & yard work. selling Night crawlers (fishing bait)

Anonymous.

| Q: What was your first job?

Working as office help for Byers Transport at 16. Babysitting and cleaning from age 10 and up! Matter a fact -still doing the latter today Haha!

Anonymous.

Keep Calm & Retire has grown from a small collection of submitted workplace stories to a more diverse site that now includes music, cartoons and even a health and wellness page. Congratulations, Kyle, on a very relatable website that pretty much everyone will enjoy scrolling through. It’s funny and informative, and I look forward to watching keepcalmretire.com continue to evolve.

Ruby Truax

Keepcalmretire beautifully captures that one thing that we all have in common: Work. It’s something we all do. Some of us enjoy our jobs, some of us have bigger aspirations. Keepcalmretire helps bring positivity, humor and enjoyment out of our sometimes mundane working lives through sharing those experiences and stories. Great vibes all the way around!

Natalie Elizabeth
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The content in this archive is collected from freely submitted stories by individuals worldwide.
Due to the nature of submissions, all are unique, often unexpected and always unrated.

This website does not engage in vigorous spell checking nor does it have an intangible marriage with grammar.
Besides the point of unsubstantial funding, this website is about a sense of ease. That means little worry – for all of us.

If the odd “butt” instead of “but” is too much for you to handle then we’re sorry you’re anal. :3

This website intends to provide enjoyment with the most pleasant or otherwise unique reading material around.
We hope, if that isn’t enough – that you may enjoy the opportunity in sharing your own story.

A sincere thank you to everyone who visits. Wishing you a stress-free day and longevity. – KCR Staff. <3

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