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I was an undercover Loss Prevention Investigator for Hudson's...
I busted shoplifters.
Thought I was a total badass because I got to carry handcuffs
 

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I haven't felt that any of my jobs have been real until from last year owning my own company and now being a professor at MCC. Everything previous has seemed like I had no future.

My first payed employment was making pasta noodles from semolina, egg, water and white flour at Salvatori Scallopini in Madison Heights.
 

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Bates Hamburgers at Five Mile and Farmington. I was 13 years old and rode my skateboard to work.

Ahhh... the simple days.
 

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My first job (it was real to me as I had to be there and it paid real money) was when I was 13, (25 years ago) sweeping up hair and refilling the bottles at a barber shop. I worked on average about 15 hours a week and got paid from the barber's tips, usually around $10.00 to $12.00 a week. If I hit $15.00 a week, I was estatic and went next door to the ice cream shop for a treat. That was my second job, at the ice cream place.
 

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Paper Route at the age of 10. I was so business savvy, I had three routes of over 65 papers each and I saved up enough to get me a sweet little moped to make my job faster.
Then first job that forced me to pay taxes... Murrays Discount Auto as the Parts Clerk. 16 years old. I got to rotate brake Rotars. Pretty cool job for a total tomboy like myself.
 

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QUOTE(waxonwaxoff @ Jan 30 2004, 01:56 PM)I was an undercover Loss Prevention Investigator for Hudson's...
I busted shoplifters.
Thought I was a total badass because I got to carry handcuffs

you must not have been that good you never caught me...ahh hahahah **evil laugh**

just kidding I only stole stuff from Meijers.

my first realish job... shlepin' oil filters at the local quick lube, for a high school co-op learned at lot about cars from the owner. busted arse 55 hrs a week after grad. then got others jobs as a light duty tech. at a Sears and Cady dealer. Fast food before that dont count.
 

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salad bar prep at big boy 13/hayes
 

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I worked at a Dairy Queen in Detroit at 6 mile and Outer Drive...Its a pretty tough neighborhood now...it was kinda back then. I was in 7th grade
 

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QUOTE(HazyMemory @ Jan 30 2004, 02:13 PM)I haven't felt that any of my jobs have been real until from last year owning my own company and now being a professor at MCC. Everything previous has seemed like I had no future.

My first payed employment was making pasta noodles from semolina, egg, water and white flour at Salvatori Scallopini in Madison Heights.
Hazy...you worked for the Bongiovanni's? I was real close with the family in high school....

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I used to ride my bike to Van **** Sports Center @ 12 or 13 in the wee hours of the morning. First one there got the good job (batting cages) last one there got the sh!t job (washing golf balls). I was either thr first or last one there....lol

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QUOTE(threecrabs @ Jan 30 2004, 01:58 PM)I baby sat....but first real job was at the Troy Drive In!!!! What a great place to work

troy had a drive in??
i remember the one in royaloak when i was a little kid being taken to on i think coolidge and 13 , but never knew there was one in troy.

oh first real job city of clawson.summer prgm 40 hours while i was in high school. then dennys bus boy in weekends.
 

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Sterling Heights Parks and Rec, hall guard. I think I was 13.
 
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