With tongue in cheek, I am happy to say I'm a contributing member of the workforce again.
I'm working as a sales clerk at a major department store (hence the title of today's blog) and yesterday was my training day. I spent 7 hours locked in a cramped room, staring at a computer, learning about things like diversity and why their store credit card is so fooking amazing.
I'm not thrilled with the job - I haven't made this little since 1999 - but it's better than being stuck at home making $0.00 an hour. So off I go, and train I must.
I took this picture while in the middle of the training program. The company tracks how many credit applications you take, and the bottom left corner is an example of the report they give you.
Are you seeing this right? Let's zoom in, shall we?
Until now, all the examples they used were random names, like John Johnson. Now, all of a sudden, Adam West swoops in and kicks Christopher Reeve's ass in credit applications.
I guess Batman *is* better than Superman. At least, as far as sales superpowers go...