I’ve had 14 jobs everywhere from McDonald’s to Primark and Aldi…here’s where I loved and where I absolutely hated | The Sun

A WOMAN who's had 14 jobs over the past few years has rated all of the positions – and it's not good news for Aldi.

Amy Mason took to TikTok to share a video detailing "all my 14 jobs and why I quit lol", kicking off with McDonald's.

Posting a picture of herself in the McDonald's uniform, she gave it a 3 out of 10, calling it "Hell on earth but funny".

She had better luck at a car place, giving it an 8 for being an "absolute laugh", while Iceland got a 7 because she couldn't deal with the "draining" nature of night shifts.

Asda got the second highest score of her scale, with a 9 out of 10 for having the "cutest work mums".

And the top spot was taken by Sainsbury's Travel Money, which Amy called the "best job ever" and gave it a 100 out of 10.

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She didn't have much success at Primark, giving it a 4 after "quitting on the spot because I was late to a night out".

Working at a bar was given a zero out of 10 – with Amy admitting she "didn’t wanna leave my bed one day so quit lol".

Nando's got an 8 from Amy but the positive rating probably wouldn't have been returned, as she said she was "officially their worst employee".

A call centre got a 7 out of 10 because she didn't want to "sacrifice" her weekends.

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Amy gave her lowest score to Aldi, awarding them a minus 2 out of 10 for having "crazy obsessed managers".

And she concluded her rundown with the Red Door bar, which got a 1 because she got jealous "of the people drinking".

"I’m impressed how you have gotten so many jobs," one person commented on the video.

"Good for you!" another added.

"It was drummed into me to stay somewhere I hated because it 'looked good on my CV' – I should have bolted out the door," someone else said.

As another commented: "Love this. It's literally like watching me. You've got to be happy where you work."

"You’ve had some uniforms!" someone else said.

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