Looking For A Job Quotes by Benjamin Barber, Sloane Crosley, Jay Leno, G. Harry Stine, T Bone Burnett, Joshua Michael Stern and many others.
By the laws of the land, people who come looking for jobs in America are illegal. But by the laws of economics, they are following the logic and laws of economics when they leave Guatemala and go to Mexico, leave Mexico and come to the U.S., leave Africa and go to Spain and Europe looking for jobs.
I would gladly have accepted a heaping spoonful of nepotism when I got out of college and was looking for a job.
The White House says that the unemployment rate is good news because it means more people are looking for jobs. More good news like that, and everyone at the White House will be looking for jobs.
Initially, the laser was called an invention looking for a job.
If Picasso walked into Disney looking for a job, they would throw him out on the street. Couldn’t draw good enough.
People are out there looking for jobs and realizing that they have to look within to do and create what the new and next thing will be. They can’t rely anymore on what was usually given to them.
have you ever seen a genius out there looking for a job? it’s the saddest thing in the world. no one will hire him. there is only one place where he is always welcome- at the bottom.
Once you stop looking for a job, you are no longer considered part of the unemployment number.
If you do a job where someone tells you exactly what to do, they will find someone cheaper than you to do it. And yet our schools are churning out kids who are stuck looking for jobs where the boss tells them exactly what to do.
Most actors are very grateful for what is as opposed to what will be. You spend 98% of your time looking for a job, so when you get it, it’s fantastic.
I have to remember to not criticize other networks for other shows when I’m doing interviews because some day I’m going to be going to them, looking for a job, I’m assuming.
I’ve never believed unemployment numbers because the way that they calculate unemployment makes no sense whatsoever. It’s not how many people are unemployed. It’s how many people are actively looking for a job.
The average age in the U.S. is now thirty-three, whereas Mexico gets younger and younger, retreats deeper and deeper into adolescence. Mexico is fifteen. Mexico is wearing a Hard Rock Cafe T-shirt and wandering around Tijuana looking for a job, for a date, for something to put on her face to take care of the acne.
I’m just back in line with every other actor looking for a job right now and keeping my fingers crossed.