Walter The Grump
Walter The Grump answered

Because generally therapists make a nice salary, and it isn't a profession which workers are tipped. It's not like waiting tables for $2 an hour and having to rely on tips.

dragonfly forty-six
dragonfly forty-six answered

My daughter's therapist will not take insurance and charges 200$ for 50 minutes. She pays for her office, but it's her business. Why should I tip someone whose job it is to listen to her for 50 minutes? She's not working for anyone and exactly what has she done that went beyond her regular services?

Yin and Yang
Yin and Yang answered

Why would some one in that situation tip you? Isn't that like tipping your doctor or dentist or a COP?!?!? It's your job. Now if you were a traveling therapist where you go to a person's house to treat them..... Maybe but your more likely to just add in a gas fee. You yourself sound … Read more

Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson answered

A few comments---

Taking a job and then finding out that it is not something you really like to do is still a good outcome---don't feel bad about it.

Tell your boss that you have decided precisely that---it's quite accurate.

(I would avoid mentioning health issues  as a reason--- no use letting that float around out there.)

Given your … Read more

Dark Majinn
Dark Majinn answered Yin and Yang's question

Depends upon one's willingness to "Lower your Standards" . . .

When I was fired as a Network Administrator, I took any low level IT Helpdesk job that was out there . . . For much less pay. This was during the height of the recession . . . Within 5 months, I was back into … Read more

Grey Harmon
Grey Harmon answered Yin and Yang's question

Well, seeing as how you need a diploma or GED for most jobs, if someone hasn't gotten one of those yet, it can be really really tough to find someone to hire you.

My brother just started mowing lawns.  It's like working as a private contractor.  I do the same with computer repair and maintenance.  I … Read more

Gator Blu
Gator Blu answered Yin and Yang's question

Too many variables to say. The job market might be tight. Are the jobs the person applying for suitable to their skill and experience? Is the person filling applications with correct grammar and spelling? If they have had interviews, did they show up in appropriate attire and were properly groomed?  Did they give a friendly … Read more

Walter The Grump
Walter The Grump answered

Do the right thing and tell your supervisor face to face. It's always recommended one to give 2 weeks notice. You at least owe your supervisor a face to face meeting.

Michael Poland
Michael Poland answered

Life will always endure.

It has for thousands of years.

There is nothing humans can do to

stop it. It is here for a reason, to protect

all life everywhere. Don't worry you are on

the right track. Your being observed.

Danae Hitch
Danae Hitch answered

You go and talk to your boss in person in private - face to face.

I'm sorry, Mr. White, but I am unable to continue to working in my current job. I've had some medical issues come up that has forced me to take a step back from working.

I appreciate all of the training that … Read more