Friday, November 27


Jobs, Life, maxwell dean, property management, quitting, TikTok, Viral Video, work

This TikToker filmed himself quitting his job, then gave a passionate speech about self-worth

A TikTok user is drawing both praise and criticism after recording a video of the dramatic moment he decided to quit his job.Maxwell Leland Dean, a former property management professional in Salt Lake City, posted the clip on June 24, where it’s since been viewed more than 4.7 million times.The video, captioned with the words “I quit my job and filmed it!” shows Dean briefly speak into his phone camera before approaching hiss boss, Sandy.“Hey Sandy? I quit,” he tells his boss. “You’re a b**** for talking to Mary the way you have — and [how you’ve] been treating us. So, I’m out.”@maxwelllelanddean I quit my job and filmed it! Dont let it flop! ##FeelTheFlip ##SummerLooks ##fyp ##foryourpage ##iquit ##work ##dontletthisflop ##funny ♬ original sound – ma...
Business, Canada, Jobs, National

Economy adds 953,000 jobs in June, unemployment rate falls – CityNews Toronto

Statistics Canada says the economy added nearly one million jobs in June as businesses forced closed by the pandemic began to reopen. The agency says 953,000 jobs were added last month, including 488,000 full-time and 465,000 part-time positions. The unemployment rate fell to 12.3 per cent in June after hitting a record-high of 13.7 per cent in May. As in May, even though more people found jobs, more people were also looking for work. The average economist estimate for June had been for an addition of 700,000 jobs and the unemployment rate to fall to 12.0 per cent, according to financial data firm Refinitiv. Statistics Canada says the unemployment rate would have been 16.3 per cent had it included in unemployment counts those who wanted to work, but did not look for a job. ...