I fall under the "Priority Hiring" Program.
Do to my injuries, I may NOT be able to put in a full work week.
Would there be opportunities in the GTA?
I was reading this report on the Ultra Orthodox community: https://en.idi.org.il/articles/20439 and one of the statistics is that 52% of Ultra Orthodox men are employed. Are there Haredi men who spend part of their time in Kollel and part of their time working, or is it one or the other?
Hi, I am a recent hire.
How does time off work as part time? Is there a limit to how many days I can ask for off when they're making the schedule for the following weeks?
I work in the pharmacy if that makes a difference.
Thanks in advance.
would love to hear others experiences with summer jobs in montreal, in addition to a career oriented job over the summer, would love to know if if anybody has held a part time time job that had really immersed them into the montreal summer culture... I’m very outgoing, present well, love being outdoors and enjoy the events/festival space. I’m really looking to be apart of the event/nightlife scene over the summer in order to fully enjoy mtl. All opinions are appreciated!
Most often my gigs are booked weeks or months in advance. 8 gigs a month would earn me $1500 to $2000 and I don't want to give that up. Problem I have is finding a full or part time time job that would allow me to choose my own 8 days off per month when needed. My gigs always take the full day & night for prep, travel, performance, etc.
I was hired as a part time cashier. I was wondering if they offer full time cashier and if so how do I go about from switching from part time time to full time? I have that I can work from 8am to 5pm if I was to become full time would I have to change my hours to open?
My husband and I have a 13 year old. We live comfortably and admit it can get tight sometimes because we pay for piano lessons and braces. We also have prescription drug costs to manage and live in an expensive city.
A few years ago we decided to rebuild our house and add a second floor addition to stay in the city (our other option was to move to the boonies for more space for almost the same amount of money, as house costs are crazy these days). So we rebuilt the house and then life kept going (meaning, bills, everything continued). We always have food on the table but we are always paying mortgage/groceries/bills and have barely anything leftover most months. We don’t go on big vacations.
Now here’s the AITA part. Our son expressed he wants to get a part time job at age 16 so he can buy more outside food for lunch (I pack him lunch and give him money to eat out a few times a month., but he wants to eat out more often with his friends during school), buy more things he wants. Now we buy him gifts on Christmas and birthdays (we got him a ps4 a few years ago and a game on his bday and we buy him clothes he needs). He wants to have extra pocket money. We thought about it and said he can work only if he will keep track of his studies, might give him some financial responsibility,
Then my husband said “once he works, he will chip into this household. He will pay like 100-200 a month.” And I’m like “hell no, I won’t take money from my minimum wage earning child!” My husband always chipped in and helped his parents pay mortgage, they were never very well off. I’m not saying that’s a bad thing he did, but we both work and it was our choice to rebuild this house to be a 2 story dream house and not our son’s responsibility to pay for it. AITA because I won’t take any money from my son? Husband says I spoil him, and I think I definitely don’t! I wish I could buy him more things but I give him only on special occasions. In laws say I am babying him. A few friends sided with me, some sided with husband saying it will build character. AITA? Am I babying or spoiling him?
Edit: thank you for everyone’s responses! I read through them all. I’m going to stay firm and say we won’t take any of his money. We will, as we have always done, encourage he continues saving in his bank account. We will continue to teach financial responsibility.
I liked the ideas of offering incentives like matching his college fund contributions.
Don't underestimate the importance of recovery weeks. Yes, a literal WEEK where you don’t train anywhere near your regular intensity. And this perspective of always needing to feel like you’re being pushed to the edge relentlessly, and that you’re lazy or bad for taking even a DAY off.. it needs to go. And yes, sometimes there IS a mental component that makes you believe you're gonna *lose it all* if you take a week off.. but do you really think you'll balloon 20 lbs or lose months of muscle just because you took a WEEK off? Did it take you a week to gain 20 lbs or build those muscles?
Your body isn’t just a pile of muscles that control your skeleton. You are a nervous system too. And the nervous system doesn’t categorize different kinds of stress into their own little buckets. Physical stress (which includes working out) comes out of the same bucket as sleep (quality AND quantity), illness, and “regular life” stress like shit at work, finances, family, relationship stress, etc. Even this fucking pandemic lol. It’s not like mind and body are separate entities or that one doesn't take a toll on the other.
You may want to read up on the idea of overcompensation. No system likes to be run at redline all the time right? This includes our bodies. If you’re training at a high enough intensity and then only resting juuuust enough to replenish what you just used up in the previous workout, that means there hasn’t been an opportunity to build your range out-- which means your redline is still in the same spot it was before, you didn't give your body a chance to make additional space. How are you going to have a net gain over time (i.e., nudging your baseline higher and higher) if you don’t give your body enough of an opportunity to overcompensate? (This is the answer to "Why don't rest days after a workout count?")
Something else about the stress response is that it tends to feed on itself. You start to feel awful, your perform starts to drop, your injury risk goes up, your overall outlook starts to go to shit.. and then that causes more stress, which continues the stress response. Before you know it, you’re barely sleeping (which also means you’re not getting enough deep sleep for your brain to signal for more testosterone or human growth hormone, which normally get released during deep sleep aka slow wave sleep), you’re eating like shit because you don’t have the motivation or energy to cook a good quality meal and just reach for the closest calo... keep reading on reddit ➡
I have had enough! Bastusan na talaga ito.
I SAY OUST DUTERTE NOW
News outlets quoting Roque who called it "end of the line" for healthcare workers and senior citizens who sign the waiver.
Though still unclear on what will happen when senior citizens and healthcare workers sign the waiver. Other news outlets note that people who sign the waiver will lose their priority slot for early vaccination and will have to wait for a different vaccine. <---- Roque need to be more clear on this procedure. He should clarify his statements. So if makukuha namin sinovac and we refuse, we lose our priority status. Then what, we wait for q2/q3!?
And mind you, these vaccines from China are only 78%-79% effective and the studies are still unclear and unpublished as of posting this.
Latest study and most scrutinized is from Brazil but it is still unpublished. Effectivity is somewhere between 79%-91%. When pushed how this was calculated, researchers refused to disclose further information.
NY Times, Atlantic, WaPo and several news outlets are finally putting out articles highlighting the christian extremism involved in the Jan 6, 2021 domestic terrorist attack on the Capitol; jesus freakery signage, prayers before marching, statements from people about how god told them to do this......2001 Republicans “we don’t negotiate with terrorists”, 2021 Republicans “terrorists make up a large part of our voter base and party, can we negotiate?”
I just can't do it man.
I have tried the killa armour + altyn + dvl.
I have tried every bullet for the mosin.
I have been hatcheted down 20+ times now, once in my killa + altyn combo.
I have put nearly 18m into doing this quest.
I have leveled my sniper skill from 0 to 8 just by hitting limbs and reloading.
I have gone through all stages of grief multiple times now.
This is literally driving me into a deep depression. :'(
P.S. I have recorded all my deaths and will make a video if I can ever finish this damn quest.
Updates: He dumped me and is talking about staying here another six months. See my update on detail in comments below. Also in regards to him leaving his job the wording below is accidentally misleading. This was a joint decision. I did not force or make him leave, or even request it, though of course I preferred to have him with me if possible. He emphasized he had plenty of savings and would need zero help from me. He was literally dying to leave that job anyway and was looking for an out. We both felt it made most sense for our relationship emotionally and financially. If he had stayed home, I'd be paying for him to fly back after helping me move, he would have to pay the down payment for a new place, pay living expenses all by himself, then duplicate moving costs.
Serious couple; been together almost 2 years. We recently moved together. and he agreed to quit his 55k job so we could do it together. He told me he wouldn't be dependent on me but that was basically a lie. In the past 6 months he has given me $800 total. I pay our $1600+ rent, all utilities and electricity, all food, nearly all fun, and he uses my car. He does supposedly pay his own phone bill.
He had a 5 week contract that paid well. His first paycheck was like $2500. I then saw him spending on expensive shoes and clothing, and he slowly roped me into paying for a nearly $1000 tattoo.
He was laid off for a couple more months then just got this minimum wage job a month ago.
I sat him down a few months ago and he was immediately defensive. I was desperate and asking how much could be contribute starting in December. He gave me $200.
Then I asked how much can be contribute starting January. He said if he gets a part time job, around $400.
How much should I really be asking for from him, considering our huge income disparity, the fact we are "partners", but also considering I cannot trust his money management? And I feel like I'm getting cheated? Our relationship is very much on the rocks. I feel like if I ask for more money it hurts our relationship, and if I accept so little money, it will continue to drive me crazy. He's also sorely depressed and while I feel for him, I do not enjoy paying someone's bills that is spending so little time with me.
My husband and I (both 36) already have two children. Both pregnancies were a piece of cake so when he asked me if I wanted a third I thought why not.
We're both work in the phramaceutical industry. I got my PhD a while ago and have a great job that allows me to work part time while still making sure that we are more than comfortable. My husband chose a different route and is currently doing his PhD so part time is off the table for him.
Now unlike my previous pregnancies this one is extremely hard on me. I suffer from extreme morning sickness that lasts all day every day and basically every food that that isn't broccoli my sickness. I've just suffered through the last few weeks but have finally put my foot down. I told my husband that for the next few weeks he would have to handle dinner because I just cannot go on like this.
The kids are in school/ daycare from 8 to 2pm which is when I pick them up after work so they have a feed there.
My husband thinks this is unreasonable because his workload is heavy (which is true, I've been there) but I just can't anymore. Hopefully it should be over soon and I think that unexpected turns like that are just part of having children.
Am I right or am I just trying to avoid my responsibilities?