It’s always been and will always be in the world: the horse does the work, and the coachman gets tipped.
It seems a lot of young people want an occupation that doesn’t keep them occupied.
According to the latest statistics, there are five million Americans who aren’t working. And there are even more if you count those with jobs.
Be thankful if your job is a little harder than you like. A razor can’t be sharpened on a piece of velvet.
Ulcers are contagious. You can get them from your boss.
A lot of folks are flocking to Washington to ask what they can do for their country, and what the salary will be.
Don’t worry about the job you don’t like. Someone else will soon have it.
The best time to start thinking about retirement is before your boss does.
The nearest to perfection that most people ever come is when filling out a job application.
It’s always hard to find a job for the fellow who doesn’t want one.
Some workers are trying to make both weekends meet.
There is no future in any job. The future is in the man who holds the job.
Four word story of failure: Hired, tired, mired, fired.
The fellow who is fired with enthusiasm for his work is seldom fired by his boss.
One way to deflate your ego is to read the want ads in the newspapers and discover all the jobs you’re not equipped to handle.
Nothing is quite as embarrassing as watching your boss do something you assured him couldn’t be done.
Belly dancing is the only profession where the beginner starts in the middle.
Economists predict the year ahead will reward hard workers. What a frightening outlook for many!
Going to college won’t guarantee you a job, but it’ll give you four years to worry about getting one.
The best way to appreciate your job is to imagine yourself without one.