So the topic was the worst job you ever had
This is underground feedback stream
Brothers perspective. Yes, be honest. I think that was the worst job
The pay was decent, but the job was similar to yours, but I was a supervise and it's different because yop
Them supervisors get paid
Yeah, like they just paid with the pay was different, but see mine the setting those that underground mall downtown and the setting was
Yeah, this was a nice paying job, but
It was a good time. You got what's going on. Don't do that till today life no life
Security is okay
What I had to do
Now you might have to edit this stuff
I had to train now. It was a hard it was a large turnover for working at the underground downtown and then a underground ball because it was a high sexual activity
Wow, hey, yeah, she had been going on since the early 2000s. Yes, where do you go?
Yeah, you go brothers
There you go. How do you be down there every day? I caught a cab to underground from Riverdale
Yeah, I wanted to see what they were going on in this month
Well, you got you got, I know you see what you think
Because it was always that I'm the supervisor. I transferred from something to have all supervisor went to the underground right I get there
They say, you know, you know, it's a good job money wise, but you're going to be seeing me coming from south of the cab
You should be at a handle it and a lot of gun is a lot of shooting that murders this prostitution
My biggest issue is homosexuality takes place and we can keep talking about the rest of our food court
Oh my god, brother
No, I think we got to get in the depths about this day
No, I'll try to keep. We'll get 10 officers on nine officers a week to come in and I had to train now
The thing is it takes a week to eat trained. Well, then that week we probably have two officers
I won officers left out of nine or 10 of them and what we were training to them
I'd like I tell them but they nothing might their mask and see what it is
We go into the bathroom so we have to always check all five baths
No, actually four bathrooms to them
Yeah, because there's one in the other train station too
And train station
So it's actually five
If we sound in the train station, I think it's two in the train station
Yeah, no, there's one in the hallway and one once you get into the station
Right, there's another one
There's another one. There's another one. If you go into where the actual office is for the security booth
And where you come in it and I paid to be a vendor inside it
There's another there's another one in there too
And we had a check
There's down and you go out of downtown and you know how you go down with a club
To be down pastry. No on the ground. You know the full court is and then if you go down stairs
There's a club in the mall. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, it is. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah, yeah. It is. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Right. Right.
There's a building door, a nest to entry to the main office
You know if you wanted to be get a booth, I get a station inside of the mall
And then now it was the security office inside of there too
And there's two bathrooms there
Yeah, that's the third of that right as I know about that. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, and we had to check all these
All the time always it is always happening. So we took my crew on our trainees and I would take them and show them that all the bathrooms
And within that bathroom, we're within a week period of time. We're going there and it'll be 4 feet 4 shoes and 1 store Wow, I'm the girl and it's like
I'm telling you, I had to act like I'm not not really shocked, but I had to have the mind frame and everything will be alright yall, yall see this and then I have to walk it through look
Not gonna do it and of course I give you a sense it was maybe about eight of us to the other ones had quit at the walkie, but it was eight when we took her and got a call about there were 4 feet in the bathroom in one store
I say yall come on perfect time yall can see what you know you will be have to deal with situation. We've all in the back all eight of us secured
I made two people leave out and the full feet in on the door. I say hey, this is security on the ground security. I'm gonna need yall to come out
You can tell me come out and then we have to get immediately access to ID and then we walk them to the security station. We've somewhat detained them and then we give them a CT and they can never come back to the property. Now I changed it. They used to give six months CT from the first person. I changed it to life because I felt that there's no reason to ever come back here
because I know you're gonna come back anyway. So I got to prove that don't ever come back to the board. We don't want your services.
I've got to do this. The only time they come back and they flying over the mall in the airplane. So so within this, I got officers literally throwing up throwing up and there were many times when I'm knocking on the door.
The leave out of the out of the bathroom and they like, hey, man, give me a child. Let me finish. Let me finish.
They telling me, let me finish, let me finish water, water, water, snacks, too much information. Yo, this is real talk. And this is every single day. There's never a day where they can have every single day.
I'm looking at this underground dude like, dude, that's a lot of walking. Dude, you got walk upstairs and down there. Yes, yes.
You can do it on the ground set up. Right. I know. And I had to do that. Well, and you got walk up. Yes.
Yes. Oh, walk through the town. Wow. Yes. And you got to make sure the homeless ain't out there fighting.
And the money, the kids, the underground, or had a lot of perks to it because you can always get good stuff too.
But at the same time dealing with that one issue, yo, that was going to be there. And I wish that's not all my end because I was just right.
That was yeah. That's just let you know that I understand security, man.
Yeah. Oh, you definitely do that. Wow. Security is crazy. And warehouse is crazy as hell too.
What you're meeting from that job in the underground is that people are scandalous. Right. Yes. Yes. So all of these mythologies that exist about people aren't real. People just out here.
Tricking off. Yes.
There was an app that you go with.
I saw about.
There's an app that you use and you're dating out and they used it for most of the, you know, men of men of men of men.
Fish of men.
What is that?
We use it.
And then we use this app.
And you can actually see the person and it was show yall as I'll get close together.
It would vibrate and vibrate and it's show yall to you.
You meet your phone with show up back up for you. New skin. And then they.
It's like it's like a GPS and then we'll link up and show the person and they will use this app to find another person.
It's real talk, man.
And it was just the worst experience of my life. That's the worst.
Beyond this, I think that was the worst job.
I don't know what next job you're going to do, Ella. But do you think these jobs are traumatizing?
I'm going to tell you for me, I think it's highly traumatizing because even if you shape it in the world of the interviews and the future job you have.
And even I was telling yall recently a different conversation.
You know, not a tracking you to see how long you work at different places and things to see if you've been consistent.
Because how you going to be consistent when you traumatize from all these different events you have.
You know, you've been fired before all yall have, right?
And then you're supposed to tell these people, well, I haven't been fired.
You know, but you can't see it.
You can't see it.
My resume so small.
If I added everything, I would do that.
It'd be a Bible.
This is proof.
You know what I'm saying, man.
Like we are indeed.
I know space on one piece of paper.
What are you telling?
That's why I'd be like, I don't understand how people understand when certain people have dealt with
so much shit.
They know a lot of shit.
Experience this shit.
This shit is real deal everyday reality.
Not no fucking YouTube fucking Instagram fucking what's snap chat all that shit.
It's the real real real real.
This ain't corded in shit.
It was got to think about a neighbor ain't every fucking day.
There we are.
You should be hired off the year experience not so far as the job title or task is more of the experience of how many jobs or how to deal with.
I want to say this brother because I kind of want to I want to kind of back that.
I don't think you should be hired at all.
I think you should be educated to the point to where this is something that becomes natural because it's family orientated.
Not being working for somebody else.
Something something that's cultural damn there.
You know what I'm saying?
But you're not learning life skills as far as the job.
We're pretty close.
Most cultures do though.
In the average African American black color.
Not in the West.
Not in the West.
In the West.
Now, if you taught a child starting from the age of four three or four roughly four or five and started teaching them a tray.
And when they're still and when they're turned 17 between 17 and 16 they have a skill or a tray.
And then they can apply that into everything.
And then yes, they can be an entrepreneur entrepreneur grow.
So that's a question.
That's a question.
I got another question.
Do you think that's a personal thing you're supposed to go in there making or a personal thing so far as a job or how it should be in this everyday life?
How about you do these job skills to move on with your life and benefit yourself in other way?
Change forms of fashion.
That's a question too.
That's actually a good question.
It's a good question.
It should never see.
The thing is, as a parent, as a parent, you see the qualities in your offspring and your children on what their skill that are good at.
My communicating and seeing how they move.
Then you expand and put energy into their crafts on what they're good at that you see.
Thus, as a parent, you see that.
The child one day is going to be a dealt and it's going to have to make money for themselves.
And I would rather put the energy.
The focus in it and to skew a skew that they like.
What do they care?
Don't have no type of ability.
And then try to go where to recognize things like that.
Well, if a parent does it, then if that's what a parent should have.
Now, but I can't say that.
It's no problem.
So let me get to my question, dear.
So our question will be is, do you all think that the jobs that we consider our worst job?
Do you think that they think about us as teaching that to us as a skill?
Never is labor.
You're a number.
You're a number.
You're a number.
That's all you are.
A number because the average job.
Wait, my number in the tax right off.
And the tax right off.
But statistics, they say that the average person.
It works a seven hour nine hour gig makes the company $2,000 every day per employee per individual.
So if you're making a company $2,000 and then they can pay you.
The average person that actually makes to even minimum wage are depending on the hours they have.
The short hours of 40 hours.
You make roughly 70 to 60, 70.
And $80 a day that you can do off your paycheck.
So if in the weeks span, if you get paid once a week or two weeks as average $80, then after
Uncle Sam, if you get paid once a week at average to 500 to 400 to 400 to 400 to 400 to 450 to 500 to $50.
Plus social security and benefit of, you know, social security.
So you roughly at five, five, 45, 30.
Now prior to weeks is probably maybe about 800 because the more you make the more you take out.
So between 800 to 700 roughly.
For every two weeks.
But if you're paying minimum wage of taking about the signs, you're getting paid minimum.
They use minimum wage and then you get paid every two week.
You average the company still $1500 to a thousand.
Why they can pay you minimum wage.
So they're paying you basically within a week period.
They're paying you 200.
But off the taxes.
It comes to $140.
So within two weeks, you're making 200.
Your average is $300.
Then after Uncle Sam paid for that, you're making $230 every two weeks.
Who can live off a $242 every two weeks?
Not in this country.
But that, but that is the actual facts.
Because if you found me dollar just last month as now paying their employees.
$10 an hour before that, you were making minimum wage.
And minimum wage is Georgia 775.
Now still now.
They've been going up though around the country.
I thought it was going to go to like 10.
It was in the country.
Well, what states you in due to the amount of products that sold.
The higher the products, the more income is going up.
But McDonald's is playing there and putting so much money.
McDonald's per employee.
And supervisors make $11 or $12.
The rock was the strike they had.
That was two years ago.
2019 they had.
They had a strike and all across the world.
People pass it down.
And please, they said, OK.
More than $10.
If you start between $10.
If you start.
And so McDonald had a brilliant idea.
We're only going to give you $25.
So you're no longer getting $40 again.
You're getting $25.
The 30 hours roughly each.
So it still brings the amount that we were paying you.
We're getting minimum wage again.
So most jobs now are no longer giving 40 hours because they know that they have to pay you.
I love minimum wage.
I love minimum wage.
And now I'm on mute.
No, brother's perspective.
That was just me doing something on the phone.
So now being that minimum wage in some states is up.
But they've cut in hours.
So it balances out that you're still getting minimum wage.
Unless you're working there right now.
It's a great.
But that's the thing though.
But you got to think about the science behind the beauty of that.
See they are on a getting people who can't overstand.
Working class person understands man.
The only people that understand man for real is the people that end up getting some
type of masters degree.
And they go right into a top field when they come in to work getting $55,000.
Up of day one.
And after two or three years, they had 83, 84,000.
And then after a few years, they had 2,300,000.
You see they didn't even get to 100 or 100 or something like a few years.
So they have no working class person never see that type of money.
Most of them were 10 years before they see $2,300,000.
And if they are seeing it, it's all over time.
And those are those jobs coming in like that.
Those will be a challenge.
They call it a challenge.
They call it Ian making 50, 60, 70,000.
It never worked a day and they like it.
And most of what they tell you accounting.
I'm going to tell you how accounting is.
And it's across the board the same thing.
It's both on the jobs that actually are regularly deployed to fear and be scared of.
Because those are the jobs that make your job hard.
As it may be minimum wage deployed.
But it all depends on who they hire for that position too.
But it's not even up.
It's what accounting does.
A challenge does this.
And there's another thing too.
That would be the same thing.
Find it right.
So basically what they do is they manage in the company.
They manage in the bottom line.
So that means they hire 30 people like you were saying with the $200 every two weeks.
Every week or whatever.
If they hire 10 and then people that's better than them.
One, one, them getting what 10 people get.
That's what's being considered.
And also to add to that.
The work load, which is add to that.
The work load is managing the logistics.
The legit day you go to logistics.
And how much, like I said, the work load.
And then also to shave off anything that's a sense of money that can be saved within the company.
So far, how much toilet paper we're going to order every month.
How much food we're going to have that will give for lunch.
How much overtime that's versus that.
This should be finished.
This particular task should be finished.
No more than two days to take that.
No one that it takes a week to finish.
But they're like, well, they need to finish it within two days.
But we used to give them a week because that's fair.
I don't care if you want to save this budget.
This certain amount of money that needs to be put in that.
So that's the word that you're looking for.
You need to crack the whiff and have them have this product.
All this task done by two days instead of a whole week.
But that's not even against.
I don't care.
I need to get them to have this.
So we have them work.
Have this out the door and today.
We're going to have lunch.
Now you're working.
What are you on us to get this done?
I don't like this.
I don't know.
I want to touch on this right now.
I'm just wondering.
Like if you went to have, you know, employees.
Would you treat it like that?
This is what the problem is.
Remember, I was talking to you the other day.
And we're going to wrap up this conversation.
And we could probably cut this off and come back to something else and be more accurate.
If you want to.
Remember, I was saying, if you had your own business.
You're not that now.
So how you're going to switch to doing that all of a sudden just because you got your own business.
So that means in essence, I didn't say it was right.
You end up treating people like that.
Like even if it was just me and you are working.
I would be so hard on yall because I know yall don't work with the same mentality.
So that means automatically even if yall are getting.
We all get paid the same amount pretty much.
I'm going to be the harder.
And it goes back to my question.
It is stuff when you work in these jobs.
But it depends if you're transferring them like you're saying.
I'll tell you the level to transfer all this information.
You see, most of the jobs I have and why I have a problem getting jobs sometimes.
Because I know how to transfer information.
And they don't want to pay me accordingly.
Because they know if they pay me accordingly.
What did he just say?
It's a certain treatment.
Higher up to get than those at the bottom and that's what the problem is.
They don't even want to treat people fair.
Yall just said, you just said it on the low level.
We don't treat people fair on the high level.
We don't treat people fair.
This day on land.
This country is about money and the bottom line.
It ain't about treatment.
That's why when you're building something, you got to consider.
If treatment is the part, it's the main thing.
Because when he was saying when he first started,
wiggle wiggle wiggle.
And then I pointed out the movie.
You remember that movie when they were at the car plant.
They just built it in the United States and everybody had to exercise.
Some of these things that should be able to create
come right to the inside of these companies and how people get along and how poor
you they are and peaceful and respectful.
A guy was telling me he worked for one of these big tech companies.
And we're not going to name the name of it.
But he was telling me in there.
It's like Disney World.
That's all I'm gonna say.
Who was it?
Who was it?
Who was it?
So the topic was the worst job you ever had.
We could close that out.
It's gone backwards.
I mean, but I could end this broadcast.
So I can go ahead and say.
But I think let me see.
I'm gonna hit the button now.
I see if it allowed me to steal.
Stay on here.
Stay on here.