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Seriously, we know work sucks. We know how monotonous and frustratingly hellish your commute is. We know what an unpleasant tool your boss can be and we know there's at least one coworker who sucks the ever loving life out of you. To help alleviate the symptoms of work rot, browse our latest job stories and post your own (anonymously, of course).

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LPL Financial - Overworked, under paid, under appreciated, micro managed Written by sulbalcone on 07/24/2014Pros: There is job security since they can't fire anyone because they have so few people doing a ridiculous workload. It may be great for advisors since they seem to to have all the time in the world to keep calling about one issue 10 times a day. My manager is a good sincere person but she has been put in a completely unwinnable situation. It's a paycheck & the way of doing business today is "just be glad to have a job." Cons: I'm pretty sure they want to turn the entire place into a call center.   Full story >Add a Reply
Country Manor Campus - Welcome to the nursing home from hell. Written by ladybug95 on 07/17/2014Man, looks can be deceiving. When I first interviewed at this nursing home I was so excited. It had just been renovated a few years before, and it was gorgeous. Then I started working.   Full story >Add a Reply
Valley Health System Hospital - RN being blackballed Written by OrthodoxRN on 07/15/2014Tired of being held back by a boss who won't let me advance. I am amazing at what I do. Why don't you concentrate on the nurses who almost kill patients because they are inadequate!   Full story >Add a Reply
Sales - Embarrassment Written by Mark419 on 07/14/2014I work for a large company headquartered in a large city. The firm has smaller satellite offices in mid size cities. I have worked in one of the satellite offices for about 10 years. A lady I'll call Maria who has been there about 5 years works with me.   Full story >Add a Reply
A courthouse - Civilian Working for hometown law enforcement Written by Forever screwed on 07/09/2014Ok so after getting screwed over in a legal test for a corrections position. This agency keeps me on for a job working cameras at a courthouse. Now I'm the youngest employe in this building and they ( for lack of better words ) "partner" me with this 58 year old guy who started this position the same time I did. Normally that be no problem but this guy is one pathetically, egotistical piece of work.   Full story >Add a Reply

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