By - slugfaery
try dropping by or reaching out to https://www.jobjunction.ca/
[O’Regan’s is always hiring and a great employer](https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=8501bfa7-7cba-410a-aed2-0fd79f807b79&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_CA)
I know RBC in Sackville is desperate for bank tellers!
Not a bad position but you do get heavily abused by the public
Uh huh. Banks are a special consideration however. You're not just making someone a coffee. You're handling their money, or lack thereof. People are VERY emotional when they're dealing with financial issues.
I'm sure you know how to use google just as well as I do.
I worked at Tim Hortons AND at a bank. The bank was much, much worse for customer interactions. Did you comment to have a conversation or just to get me to concede that Tim Hortons sucks to work at?
Good chat pal. See ya around.
Go get a 1-2 year IT diploma from NSCC. There will always be a need for IT professionals.
Kohler in Debert is hiring. There are also several warehouses in that area that are usually looking for people (Tim Horton's, Sobeys, Home Hardware, possibly others).
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Kitchener-Waterloo is v good for light industrial, though fuckin expensive now. Still better CoL than the GTA though, and IMO a bit more relaxed. A mix between bougie and roughneck.
All we know now is that you hate your job. What are your interests? What have you done in the past? We need more info if we are going to help.