my boss makes me wear her clothes, eat her food, and say I’m grateful for my job

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I’m in my mid-20s and this my first professional job after completing grad school. But one problem I haven’t figured out how to deal with is her expectation that I be more grateful for the job. She constantly remarks things like “this is such a good job,” “I give you such great pay/hours,” “You kids don’t appreciate how good I am to you,” and “No other job would treat you this well.” Also for reference, I work 9-5 5 days a week, and make a $35,000 in New York City.).

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wee answer Wednesday — 7 short answers to 7 short questions

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If you don’t get that job, at that point you can mention that you’re interested in the more junior position — but if you mention while you’re being interviewed for the more senior role, you risk making yourself look like you’re not confident in your own skills. They’re giving you a second interview — they think you’re a viable candidate for this job, and so you should too. ” Is this a federal law?

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employee takes a vacation day every week, listing Airbnb hosting on a resume, and more

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The only time he doesn’t request a day off for a week is when we have a paid holiday (we have all the federal holidays off each year). But certainly if his manager objected, she could intervene — there’s no reason his manager couldn’t say, “Your job is intended to be a five-day-a-week job the majority of the time. The person who got the job I applied for told my current boss about it. Recently, I applied for a new job.

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