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I'm debating which job I should take. Currently, I'm working at Albertsons (grocery store) as a bagger. It's pretty easy and they give us a lot of slack, but the one issue I have is that that there aren't many other teens working there (boredom, no socializing) so it's kinda making me question if I should find another job.

My 2 other choices are Jamba Juice(smoothie place) and a movie theater. I know both have a young staff and obviously, they're popular spots for other teens. (I'd see more people from school/chicks! Compared to middle/old age people buying groceries) I am wondering though if these jobs even give a chance to talk/noticed by customers (eg. at Jamba, you're too busy making smoothies, at a theater, you might be busy running around cleaning) As a bagger, it's easy to see/chat with a chick, it's almost forced!

Anyone have experience working at a Jamba Juice/movie theater? How is it? Any opinions on my situation?

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You said you have a lot of slack in your job so my advice is stay where you are right now. My other advice is look for the possibility of continuing your studies.

There are now online courses, which will enable you to get a degree in 2 years while you work. An education is a long-term investment. It will put you in good jobs. It will also give you a lot of self-respect. Money is not everything. There are learning years and earning years. It is generally not a good idea to prioritize work before education. It is like putting the cart before the horse.

Peace and blessings!

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i know from experience that albertsons has more older people than other groceries stores for example i work at winn-dixie and most of the people at my store are teens the cashiers other baggers and most of the customers are older but you get to socialize longer with the employees so my advice is go to a few local grocery stores and look at the people working there if you dont dont apply and try another grocery stores are really good places to work because if you bord its fairly easy to find something to do or make it look like ur doing something at a movie theatre ive had friends and family work there the hours suck cuz its where people and at a grocery store like winn-dixie where you only have to be 14 to apply which mens they work only on weekends for the most part you get better hours later during the week not much on weekends or holidays so in my opinion id find a different grocery store but it all really comes down to personal preference

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well as far as i know u dont want to work at jamba or movie for the fact that if u do see friends they might but u in a situation where they want a discount and free drinks or movies entrys and u if dont say yes they feel that ur not being cool to them or just not cool period plus learn to socialize with other ppl not just ppl in ur age group u can learn alot from old ppl i know i do and im 18 but u do decide to pick another job go for the movies ull get more out of it then just a free jamba juice, plus more chicks but thats if u decide

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Professional conduct at any job is important. At the grocery store you already know the ropes-and have fewer temptations to goof off and getting yourself fired. But the decision is yours. Other persons experiences could be misleading since allot depends on the Managers style and expectations.

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Nah I think you should work at Jamba Juice or the movie theater. You're going to have to take their orders and give em change and what not, right? Either way you're gonna be socializing... unless you get a job at a theater cleaning up after the movie is done (that would suck). Good luck!!

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