Today, I had a job interview at Nu Skin. I didn't really know what they were all about before, but I'm kind of not-hating on it so much as I was. The idea of multi-level marketing kind of sickens me, I don't know why, maybe I just hate businesses? But businesses sell me great things like natural baby products and cloth diapers so you know. Nu Skin seems to be pretty dedicated to all-natural products and selling but not pushing their products. I hated working customer service at the alarm company because it felt so unethical. Telling poor, elderly, Hispanic ladies that they were stuck in a two-year contract with an alarm system they didn't want but signed the contract because a nice, good-looking Mormon boy schmoozed them stole my soul every time I worked. Well, "you signed a contract" was all I could pretty much say to help them. If I get the job (which is a toss-up since there were like 30 people there interviewing), I'll have to sit in a cubicle for six hours answering a phone, but at least I'll be helping people out who actually like the products. I think, at least. Anyone ever work there have any thoughts?
I also have applied at a bakery, the library, and as a substitute teacher. Surely SOMEONE wants to hire me... doesn't a college degree get you anything around here?