Job hopper skips new job because there’s no dunkin around

While job hopping might raise some red flags with interviewers, there’s plenty of data to suggest that the practice might ultimately work to an employee’s advantage, as job hoppers appear to end up making more money.

There are various reasons why workers decide to leave their jobs after a relatively short period of time, the main one being pay. But a TikToker’s decision to turn down the jump to another position has less to do with the type of work environment and salaries/benefits on offer and more to do with the food and drink options close to where they should start work.

Savannah Beneventi (@highspeedfan) has been open about her work experiences at various companies and how she chooses to move from employer to employer, even boasting that she was once paid to do nothing for a month while working at Amazon worked.

In a recent TikTok, she explained that she was excited to start a new job at a food company, but decided against an apprenticeship after learning there was no dunkin’ along the way to her job.

@highspeedfan #jobsearch #jobtips #worklife #joblife #badday #customerservice #customerservicebelike #annoyingjobs #quittingmyjob #rant #story #storytime #funny #relatable #comedy #viral #trending #fypシ ♬ Original sound – Savannah Beneventi

“So I got a call from this kind of manufacturer and this girl was just like, ‘You can come anytime and we’ll train you,'” she says in the video. “I thought, bet, so I wanted to look for a dunkin along the way. Tell me why there ain’t no fuckin’ dunkin, bitch There’s always a dunkin’ no matter where you go, no matter where you look in this damn state. But suddenly this one? No fucking Dunkin’!

She continues: “I wanted to go there because it’s a good place to really learn how you’re going to start your day, they make you a good coffee, good day. Shitty coffee, shitty day. I already know what kind of day I’m gonna have cause there ain’t no fucking dunkin and I know what the point of going. So I’m not going.”

Before ending the clip, Beneventi springs back for a preemptive response to the comments she thought she would receive in response to her video.

“For the bitches I know who’ll be in my comments like, ‘Oh my god, that’s such a stupid reason not to go, like oh my god, like I’ve been dating for like 15 years and damn it I still haven’t gotten a job,’” she says. “Bitch I just gave you a damn place to go and apply because I’m not fucking going there so if you don’t get hired then maybe you are, maybe the problem is you!”

There were a number of TikTokers who commented that Beneventi seemed “crazy” but ultimately supported their approach to choosing their jobs.

“You seem a bit confused and I’m so here for that,” wrote one commenter. Another wrote: “I strive to remain so unaffected. Clinging to capitalism.”

Others said they were job hoppers too and were happy to find other individuals who share the same work philosophy as them, with one user writing: “I’m a job hopper too lol finally found my people.” “

Someone else said, “I feel safe here… I’m a chronic job hopper too,” while another TikToker quipped, “I’m starting my 11th job! I’m getting paid better than ever lmao.”

The Daily Dot has emailed Beneventi and Dunkin’ for further comment.


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*Initial publication: March 10, 2023 11:28 am CST

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