And so far it's going fairly well, this is my second week of working there. Basically I take trays with the food of patients up to different floors and deliver them to the patients in their rooms. I also stock the staff kitchens on a couple of the floors.
It's a huge hospital so finding where everything is located and the fact that you have to walk probably a good 5 or 6 miles a day in total are the main things. But the pay is around $12–$13 an hour, so yes.
Well, sort of. I graduated from high school and now I am preparing to start my first job. At the moment I am going through the background check and whatnot so I won't start until around early-mid July, so I have some time off at the moment.
A food service worker at a hospital. It's just a temporary thing, I applied to a bunch of places and they were the only ones that I heard back from at all. This is just something to get started in making money and get some work experience.
I am not sure. I suppose I will see how it goes in the meantime and perhaps try to get a different job. If that is successful then I may not need to work there. I still have no idea what I am going to do in the long run, though.