I was very excited when my friend introduced me to a website listing those part time job.
My aim was to find a job with high pay. This particular Trialing Specialist job attracts me since the basic pay is Rm80. Oh man, never ever in my life I could earn so much in one day !
Rm80 is equivalent to my few days work in Muar.
I went for the interview and got through the interview. By the time, the parking fees has already caused me a big bom.
I still think its worth it. Soon after the training and coming back from Langkawi. I started my work in Jusco Puchong.
I was really very blur and didnt even really understand what my job scope are. The only thing I know from the training is that we need to do hell lots of work for the Rm8o pay.
I'm really happy that I accepted the job and went to work. Yes, the job is tiring I admit.
However, what I ve experience is something beyond that. My fellow partner from the same company ( promoting different product ) was so helpful that words really cant describe how grateful I am to that aunty.
From her and the other promoters in Jusco Puchong. I've really learnt a lot .
I will call this social lessons.
They show me how they can be happy and jovial and enjoy their work even if its tedious. The smile and greeting eventhough they dont really know me really gives me a warm atmosphere of work. They teach me how to curi tulang in a correct way. Sharing our samples and food in the cooking area. They teach me how to be selfless. They teach me how to be helpful. Regardless of which company and what we are promoting, everyone is like close friends already for many years. How they really teach me to save money and be street smart.
I really enjoyed my work. So what if its just a promoter's job. As compared to them, I guess I m very fortunate. They work to feed themselves and family. I work just to earn some extra pocket money for more gadgets,holidays, and relationship.
I wish I could continue working there, but now without a car, its a bit hard.
Well, I will try to enjoy myself as much as possible when I go to work next weekend which is probably the last time I'll be seeing them.