Holy fuck though. I would start looking for another place to work yesterday.
Sounds good to me. I'm tired of working here anyway. It's just absurd.
Thanks a lot, I really appreciate it. It's good to know that my ignoring my instincts and gut haven't been the world's best idea, but I can rectify the situation.
I have probably five or more years of work experience that I think is unlistable as referenced near the end of this post @Dreamworx
mostly wage slave shit that I worked in high school and college but still its useful experience that adds up to years worked and could help get a pay bump or a better job or so I hope.
Some thing are older than 10 yrs. so I didn't list them.
grocery store deli clerk (3ish months, summer gig, two weeks notice)
warehouse clerk (3ish months, temp, job abandonment, blacklisted)
financial aid assistant (6 months, laid off, supervisor gave me a bad ref. my dad who's attorney said I could've disputed, but former supervisor is gone now)
student office assistant (10 months, laid off)
produce clerk (6 months, left job due to hospitalization)
pharmacy tech (7 months, gave notice)
library page (6 months, great ref., he died though)
gas station clerk (6 months, quit with zero notice)
pharmacy tech (one month, same INC. as deli and former pharm tech job, commit job abandonment, potentially blacklisted)
call center at credit union (4ish months quit abruptly w/o notice due to health)
two temp assignments with office team they like me
hourly asst. (7ish months, promoted)
team lead (3ish months, promoted)
supervisor (2 months, present day)
There's probably more, but I can't remember it all lol. Are there services I can use to help get an edge? My friend swears by HR folks for hire like resume writing services, and people who will check your references for a fee.