>>1525537>What part time jobs make for a decent baby’s first job?
It depends. Any minimum wage job is fairly easy, as long as your boss isn't insane. I worked at a public library as my first job and loved it. Those jobs are rarer tho, but I would work in a super market over fast food (Fast food is insanely fast paced/busy).
>How does one even start hunting for a job?
Look online for "jobs near me". You can use indeed (website), or you can even just walk in and apply. I walked straight in to apply for mcdonalds. They literally accepted me on the spot.
>Do you need to make a resume even if you’re applying to be a cashier at a supermarket?
You need to make a resume to put your phone number/email/way to contact you so they can call you if you get the job, or so they can contact you. You don't need to put much on it. Google "first resume" and just copy the template straight.
>How do you handle the anxiety of interacting with co-workers? How much does it take to get desensitized? I’ve been told autists are expendable and it’s really easy to get fired, how true is this? I have never been taught any of these things.
I think how easy it is, how the vibe is depends completely on your boss. I loved my boss at mcdonalds and at the library. They were great and super nice. It was super easy to work with them even as a socially anxious person. But when working at another place with a different boss, it was hell on earth. My true advice is to try and stick it out for two weeks to a month and see what your boss and coworkers are like. Are they nice? Snarky? Actual psychopaths? They will make or break your work experience. Maybe even ask a worker there if their boss is crazy. Some people will literally tell you "don't work here, it's crazy". Since it's minimum wage, if it goes bad, just tell your boss you're quitting, no need for a two week notice at smaller jobs. I wouldn't say it's that easy to get fired, unless you don't show up to work, are late, or steal stuff. If anything happens, you can always apply elsewhere. Good luck.