"You definitely should! I mean yeah there's always the internet but the newspaper limits everything to our neighborhood really! It's a lot simpler!" Peyton really didn't mind the whole "old fashion feeling" using a newspaper had, if she used the internet she'd get excited over employment that could have been in another state.
"Hm, that's something you have to take up with the circulation desk but maybe I can help you out with that." She replied with a small smirk.
"College kids." Peyton answered with a laugh. This instantly meant that she'd pretty much get to be on her phone for the whole time there, or maybe even got to read some books there. Yeah, reading was something she'd love to catch up on already.
"You should quit." She agreed, nodding her head. "But definitely, finding a job in this economy's really hard. Have you tried looking in the newspaper? Yeah it's old fashioned but that's how I found mine." She wouldn't even mind helping him out too if Jefferson needed it.
Glad that Jefferson took the water from her, Peyton smiled at him before hopping onto the counter.
"That's good, you get a break. Besides, no lowlife kids harassing you or whatever." Last thing he needed was for some loser kids trying to be cool and stealing candies from the store, only for him to have to go after them with a baseball bat or something.
"So am I! The mornings sucked." Literally. She'd die in the morning so it was a given she didn't like them. "I'm much more lively at night anyway; there's more things to do." Like go out and go to adult clubs or whatever. Yeah... that was fun.
"At the library." Peyton shrugged her shoulders. "It seemed easy enough for me."