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First time I've ever enjoyed a job, and was relying on this to help me get my life started. I have a two year old, doesn't live with me. My plan was to work there, try for a grant and/or for a loan...Using it for a 2-year, fast-track for nursing on the net... Use $ from nursing to pay for further college. Also it took me around 8 mos. To get that job...And I'm 22 and need to grow up and create a comfortable life.My ex boss(this was today)told me to shut something off,keep in mind that I've only been there for 4 days,I went to turn it off, and was labeled incorrectly. He didn't hesitate to fire me on the spot. Can I do anything about this? Anything legal.  
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There may be something you could do but remember that we've only heard your side of the story. My guess is that there is more that you are not telling us. The company did not hire you just to turn around and fire you four days later. If you think back to the first four days, is there anything else that happened that did not reflect well on you? It is likely that the incident you described was the "last straw" in a series of mishaps. If you want to get more information file a claim for unemployment compensation. You didn't work long enough on the job to qualify but you might get a response from your former employer. Be prepared then to hear his side of the story.
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