The Job Doesn’t Exist "Your Hired" Current Version 14 - ISBN 978-0-557-01320-3
Looking for that perfect job is everyone’s dream. The way life works out for most people that dream never comes true. But there are some individuals who will work hard and never give up trying to find it. What do most people find when they have reached the end of a life long search for something that does not exist?
Bill has to find a way to deal with the given situations and circumstances brought on by individuals against other people that Bill loves, while he searches for that perfect job. The situations and circumstances throughout life that Bill must find solutions for. There are many situations we find in life such as: incest, drug use, physical and mental abuse, suicide, being abused, sexual abuse, raped, various mental and physical traumas, divorce, bankruptcy, loss of family, loss of homes, loss of jobs, loss of friends, infidelity, adultery, burglary, theft, discrimination, harassment and bullying. Hopefullyin some way, Bill’s story has something to offer everyone based on his own life long search when he finds his inner peace as like so many were “Hired” to do a job that “Does not exist”.
Portions of Various Chapters
There is a loud thundering sound that rumbles through the air as the concrete beneath your feet shakes. The sound pounds at you as the vibration constantly flows up through your feet and legs with each step you take throughout the day. The sound and vibration feels like a passing train. The vibration is continuous and the pounding strikes with a rhythm that never stops. The sound isn’t from a weather storm or a passing train. It is made by three massive transfer stamping press machines. These machines form and cut steel sheets into molded parts by using tons of pressure. The excess steel is cut and falls away, making sounds that are greater than a child banging pots and pans together on a kitchen floor. The massive machines pressing and cutting steel into molded parts repeats the process over and over throughout each minute of the day.
Bill is a press mechanic walking around the massive machines trying to protect him self from the sounds and vibrations pulsating through him. He wears a heavy shirt, blue jeans, ear plugs, safety glasses, steel toe boots, and at times a pair of welder’s gloves and a hard hat. Bill is quiet because his thoughts are buried in the sounds that surround him. He is aware at any moment the constant rhythm could stop, even worse, it could suddenly change.
Bill knows most of the time that a sudden stop of rhythm means there is no damage to the machine or material. He knows when there is a change in rhythm and a different sound occurs it could mean damage to the machine, stamping die or the material. Just like a tree when lightning strikes sometimes splitting it in two, an incorrect hit on the metal during the press stamping motion, could mean a die in the press has just been cracked into two parts. Bill knows these machines so well that just by feeling their rhythm and sound he can tell if they are operating correctly or a problem will soon become apparent if not addressed.
Bill continues working hour after hour trying not to be subdued by the noise and pounding of the massive presses molding the sheets of steel. He has been doing this for the last five years and never gets use to the noise and pounding that surrounds him. Why would anyone want to work in such a noisy and pounding environment? What would he tell us or say is his reason for suffering to work through that noise and pounding every day? Sometimes working 12 hours a day six days a week and sometimes seven days a week? Tell us Bill, what brought you here? If you had a choice where would you would rather be? What else would you rather be doing to earn a living? Tell us your story. Tell us who you are. Ok Bill say’s, I’ll tell you.