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16 Times You Really Regretted Getting a Job Over Summer

It seemed like a good idea at first. 😭

1. When the sun seemed to be out the entire time you were in work.

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2. But the weather would basically turn to winter again as soon as your shift finished.

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3. When you missed out on catching up with friends because you were always working.

4. And had to scroll past everyone’s fun summer Instagrams all day, every day.

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5. When you wanted to make holiday plans but you never knew when you’d be free.

6. And more often than not, when you were free, everyone else was busy.

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7. When the temperature inside work was always either way too hot.

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8. Or freezing because of the air con.

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9. When you were so exhausted from working that you didn’t want to do anything on your days off.

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10. And you felt like you were starting to turn into a really unhealthy version of yourself.

No time to eat proper food and no time to exercise either. 💩

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11. When you realised you were spending almost all of the money you earned on travelling to and from work.

This was not the plan.

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12. And that you’d basically just forfeited lie-ins and day-drinking in the sun for a tiny bit of extra pocket money.

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13. When you were dreading how fast you were going to spend whatever money you saved once you were back at uni.

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14. When it hit you that this could one of your last ever summers off – and you’re spending it working.

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15. Which will become the norm after you graduate.

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16. And when, even though you know you’ll be thankful for the money and experience, you just really wanted your summer back.

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