7 Little Johnstons star Jonah Johnston’s job problem seems to be dragging behind him, even if he got the job. Amber and Trent are not happy with Jonah’s car-selling job. They want their son to do something where he has the surety of getting a fixed paycheck and a fixed future. However, the same is not the situation with Jonah’s newly offered car selling job. Jonah feels that his parents do not support him. Instead, they always point out the crack in the situation. Let us look below how Jonah feels about all this-
7 Little Johnstons: Jonah Johnston Thinks That His Parents Need To Be Little More Supportive
Jonha Johnstons’s parents, Amber and Trent, were worried before when Jonah had a part-time job. However, they are more worried now when their son has got a full-time job. Pop Culture recently revealed an exclusive sneak peek of 7 Little Johnstons. Jonah explained in the video that how his parents, instead of being happy, always points out what’s wrong. The star said, “I think my parents need to show a little bit more support.”
Amber doesn’t want to give any false hopes to her son. She wants Jonah to always think about his future while working on the present. The mother of five does not want to sit and tell Jonah that there will not be any problem in his future. Instead, she wants his son to know the bitter truth. The star claims that his car selling job does not have any consistency. But shouldn’t Jonah’s parents be a little more supportive and shower some positive words on their son’s first full-time job?
7 Little Johnstons: Jonah Wants To Prove His Parents Wrong!
Jonah has heard enough of his parents’ demotivated words. But thankfully, the star hasn’t lost a bit of hope. Jonah stated in the clip, “I’m just ambitious enough to prove you guys wrong.” Amber then interrupted in between, saying that she never said that Jonah needs to prove himself. Meanwhile, Trent tried another method to explain the situation to Jonah.
The father of five gave the example of Jonah’s grandfather. Trent said, “Most Americans these days will experience a layoff. He further added, “Your grandfather, 38 years that man worked for one place. 38 years. He came in one day, and they sent him home an hour after he got there that morning.”
Then, Jonah’s grandfather tried to get another job for 2 years. However, he failed every time. When Jonah’s grandfather got laid off, he was very old. And no one wanted to hire an older man and pay him the same amount he used to get before. However, the old guy still got a lot of bills to pay. So, Amber and Trent don’t want anything similar to happen with their son.
Jonah is young and energetic. He knows that he can work hard to meet his needs. However, Amber and Trent think that sometimes things can get out of hand. Jonah then disagreed with his parents and said that the car selling job will never be out of his control because people will always buy cars. Meanwhile, Jonah thought that his dad was arguing only because he wanted him to agree to his perspective, which is obviously not happening anytime soon. Let us wait to see whether Jonah be able to survive in a car selling job or not.