Hey guys, my name is Laura.
And today I'll be talking to you about my work history.
My very first job was at nine West and I was a sales associate
and that's when I realized that I did not like working.
I was 16 and then I worked as a receptionist.
I don't remember the name of the company, but I was only there
They fired me because I dropped a stapler.
Then I worked at anthropology as a sales associate and like
each section was a different woman and one section I remember
them telling me this is Francis and she's French.
She's absolutely fabulous.
She loves to feel good about herself.
That's why she likes these mugs and it, it was just, it was just
Then I worked at Aldo shoe store and I was a cashier there and
I loved it because I didn't do anything.
All I had to do was deal with like the cash register.
I didn't have to get shoes for people.
I didn't have to look at other sizes.
I was like, bitch give me your money.
Thank you here to change.
Now, I've never been good at math.
So thank God that, you know, they had a little there.
Thank you calculator and technology.
After that, I worked at BC PG.
That, that was the worst job I've ever had because I was really
I remember one time I was working two jobs at the time and I was
so tired that I took off my shoes.
I was on my phone and I was drinking water when a lady came up
to me and she was like, oh oh never mind.
And I was like, oh no, no, no, I work here.
And like I didn't have any shoes on.
I was drinking water and I was texting at the same time and she's
like, you work here and I'm like, yes bitch, I'll work here
And she's like, I, I know nothing.
And then she told I'm my manager and then um I got fired, which
is fine because I didn't wanna be there anyway.
Then I worked at Cantina Laredo which is a restaurant.
It was my very first time being a server.
I told the manager that I had a lot of serving experience.
But then I had a friend who was a bartender.
She was always giving me drinks.
So you know your girl was a little tipsy sometimes.
No one ever caught me.
I mean, I'm sure they smelled it a little bit on me.
I gave them their food.
And then I moved to L A and I worked at La Scala in Beverly Hills
and I loved everyone that I worked with.
Everyone was super, super nice.
But the owner was such a bitch.
Oh, I felt that when I said it too, She was awful.
I couldn't go inside the restaurant.
If I had one out of place, I couldn't paint my nails.
I can't do anything.
She treated everyone really bad.
That I'm out of there.
I told her my grandma was sick and I was trying to go visit her
She said no, I was like, ok, I'm putting my two weeks in because
The reason I hated working these jobs is because it was not
what I wanted to do.
I wanted to be an actress.
I wanted to be a writer.
I wanted to be a producer.
I wanted to do everything that had nothing to do with customer
I don't, I like people complaining to me.
I don't need someone else complaining to me.
So finally when I got me, it was just, this is the happiest I've
ever been working at a job because I'm doing exactly what I
What I graduated from, I graduated with a B FA in theater performance
and now I'm here working at this incredible job doing exactly
what I'm meant to do.
So, what have been your work experiences?
Where have you guys worked?
What was your favorite place or?
What was the worst place?
If I get fired from here and people see this, like they're gonna
think I'm not a good worker.
Thank you, everyone.