A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from September 13, 2015
“My job is secure. No one else wants it”

"My job is secure. No one else wants it” is a jocular line that has been printed on T-shirts and bumper stickers. “Certainly your job issecure, Argyle—no one else wants it!” was printed in the newspaper comic “Strictly Business” in November 1959.

“My job is secure. No one else wants it” became popular in 2005.


21 November 1959, Evening World-Herald (Omaha, NE), “Strictly Business” comic strip by Dale McFeatters, pg. 14, col. 6:
“Certainly your job issecure, Argyle—no one else wants it!”

Google Books
User: InfoTechnoDemo: mediaworkbook
BY Peter Lunenfeld
Cambridge, MA: MIT Press; All Media Foundation
2005
Pg. ?:
MY JOB IS SECURE NO ONE ELSE WANTS IT

Google Groups: alt.consciousness.4th-way
CAST NOT YE PEARLS BEFORE THE SWINE!
SoBe
1/5/05
(...)
My job is secure. No one else wants it.

Google Groups: alt.nl.kabel.athome
Bamboe…
Danuta
2/10/05
(...)
My job is secure. No one else wants it.

Twitter
Dorothy Fisher
‏@laughinggirl
knows her job is secure… No one else wants it…
7:28 AM - 5 Feb 2009

Twitter
SK Anderson
‏@SKanderson
ECONOMIC UPDATE: If your job is secure because nobody else wants it, I wouldn’t call that “Job Security.”
6:57 PM - 5 Mar 2009

Film School Rejects (FSR)
By Christopher Campbell @thefilmcynic
September 28, 2012
(...)
Among the expressions of entitlement and lack of motivation is a mug on a non-character’s desk reading “My job is secure — No one else wants it!” and another individual airing out her positivity based on it being casual Friday and another claiming she never drank before starting her current government position.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityWork/Businesses • Sunday, September 13, 2015 • Permalink