"Job" Sayings and Quotes
It is the woman - nearly always - in spite of all the advances of modern feminism, who still takes responsibility for the bulk of the chores, as well as doing her paid job. This is true even in households where men try to be unselfish and to do their share.
A musician is a professional, whether he or she is successful or not. The profession itself must be regarded as a stable job.
For me, acting is not a job. It is something I love. I don't do these things for awards or rewards. I do them because I love challenges.
I often feel that my days in New York City, that I was here for five years, didn't get one job, went on a thousands of auditions and literally did not get a job on a soap, not a movie, not TV, not nothing, although I did do some commercials thank God.
Well, I've thought many times when my career was in the toilet, that I was going to have to seriously consider getting another job, I don't know what I'd do.
You're always still trying to win a job. That's everyone's mindset: come in here and fight for your job, win a job.
Once it gets to two strikes, it's time to battle, put something in play, and try to get the job done.
I've just got to go in there and get some quality at-bats and do my job and help the team win any way I can.
I'm trying to have some longevity in this business. If that means not working for a while and just picking the right job, so be it.
Quite frankly, I think if a man or a woman likes their American job, wherever they were born, they should be able to keep that job. We need a clear path to citizenship for workers who are already here and a fair and efficient on-ramp for those who want to come here.
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I'm so fortunate in that I've never had another job to pay a bill but acting, since the day I got out of high school.
Cooking is an important part of a good, stable family life. I like to get the family together; there's a huge nurturing element in it.
With good music, yes, we can bring people together because a good song will touch your soul no matter what and where it is coming from.
Well, I actually grew up in the sixties. I feel very lucky, actually, that that was my slice of time that I was dealt. Let's remember that the real motivation in the sixties, and even in the fifties, was the Cold War.
I feel like I grew up in the investment business. My dad was at T. Rowe Price his whole career. We lived in Baltimore and had a small social circle, so most of my dad's friends also worked for T. Rowe.
We like love - we love love - but perhaps its only meaning lies in its ubiquitous meaninglessness. We apprehend it, we feel it, and we think we know it, yet we cannot say what we mean by it.
I cannot adequately express the horror I feel for a man who can be so base as to veil his hypocrisy under the cloak of religion, and state the base falsehood he has done.