Transitioning into retirement, leaving stress overload behind. Want nothing to do with offices & all that that entails.
Considering retail associate–cashier, whatever. Before you shriek in horror, trust me, I know. People are assholes. My current job is as marketing director for a small chain of local retail businesses. I do hear and handle customer BS on occasion, and of course, had my fill of it in high school/college/first jobs etc. So I know. It just seems to be a way to do something different and something I can leave there when I leave. So, OK.
But these assessment tests. I don’t seem to be able to pass them. Seen one? They’re pretty routine and it’s easy to suss out the “correct” answer, right? Some questions are harder like “I never get irritated at work ever.” Um, then you wouldn’t be human. I’ve offered myself for any shift incl. weekends, evenings & holidays, part time, but man, unless I figure this out, I’ll be shoveling shit somewhere like I do now.
Any clues? I keep getting “based on you assessment test we have found other more qualified applicants.”