As more Americans quit their jobs, this guy sets a record in the same company

What’s happening now in the world of employment makes 100-year-old Walter Ausman’s world record tenure at a single Brazilian textile company even more astonishing.

Orthmann began working at Industrias Renaux SA (now known as Reneaux View) on January 17, 1938. He has been there since then.

January of this year Guinness World Records Examining Orthmann’s spectacular run, he recently gave him the longest career titleholder in the same company.

“In 1938, children were expected to work to support their families,” Orthmann told Guinness. “As the eldest son of five, her mother took me to work at the age of 14.”

According to Guinness, after gaining his first position as a shipping assistant, Ausman showed outstanding skills and a willingness to learn, shortly after being promoted to the sales position. After that, he became a successful sales manager and he continues to maintain that position.

Orthmann reports that he is healthy, has good mental clarity and memory, exercises daily and enjoys a peaceful life. As a result, he said he was able to maintain enough energy and energy to drive to his favorite place, the office, every day.

What is Orthmann’s secret to keeping his mojo for the same employer over the last 80 years? Stay at that moment.

“I don’t plan much and I don’t care much tomorrow,” Oathman told Guinness. “What I care about is that tomorrow will be another day when I wake up, get up, exercise and go to work. I need to be busy with the present, not the past or the future. Here and now are important. Let’s get to work! “

Meanwhile, Authman continues to build his record longevity for a single employer, so a record number of Americans share their current duties, perhaps busy towards bigger and better opportunities. increase.

According to Tuesday Report of the Ministry of LaborA record 4.5 million American workers were dismissed in March, with an additional 1.8 million retired due to layoffs, dismissals, layoffs and other reasons.

Another record high, according to the Ministry of Labor report, was about 11.5 million jobs recorded on the last business day of March. Of these unemployed, about 2.7 million were in western states, including Utah, including Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming. There were 1.8 million jobs in the same area just a year ago.

According to the report, a significant increase in job vacancies in March was in retail and consumer durables manufacturing, while vacancies in transportation, warehousing and utilities declined. State and local government education. And the position of the federal government.

The Wall Street Journal reported Job listings for large employers (employees with more than 5,000 workers) have more than doubled since February 2020, according to a ZipRecruiter analysis of Labor Ministry data on Tuesday. Manufacturing, retail, education and professional services are showing the largest increase. The opening has reached a record high in the South.

According to the Ministry of Labor, the total number of job openings in March exceeded the previous record of 11.4 million in December.

Julia Pollak, Chief Economist at ZipRecruiter, told the journal: “Companies will continue to face high sales, and as the gap between labor supply and demand widens, companies will continue to experience upward pressure on wages.”

https://www./2022/5/4/23056978/u-s-hits-new-job-quitting-record-this-man-set-his-own-record-84-years-at-the-same-company As more Americans quit their jobs, this guy sets a record in the same company

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