I have a colorful job history with a diverse array of post work positions.
At one point I worked in the ticket concession stand for a historical site in the deep south, and that job lasted for an entire summer before it got so miserable working in that tiny shack with just a window air conditioner.
Things weren’t much better when I left for a job at the local bowling alley. My work hours dwindled after the first two months and the machines were extremely dangerous to use. I remember hearing a horror story about a high school kid who was changing the pins in the back of a machine and had their arm ripped off because they didn’t disable the machine before trying to make a minor adjustment. The injuries resulted in his eventual death at the hospital and scared me for life over those old Brunswick bowling alley machines. Nowadays I have a white collar job that has me working behind a computer at a desk, but I have other issues to complain about. For instance, this building seriously lacks adequate heating and cooling. The indoor climate control system is both old and in severe need of repairs and calibrations. I quit my last job for the same reason, making me wonder if I’m destined to work for companies that don’t actually prioritize basic amenities like air conditioning and indoor heat. It gets fairly hot here in the summers and cold here in the winters as well. You can’t afford to run a business without an adequate indoor climate control system.