He got to retire in style. Jim also thinks highly of himself, agreeing when SpongeBob said that he was the best. He rarely thinks about others.
He quit working at the Krusty Krab because Mr. Krabs refused to give him a raise. After his time at the Krusty Krab, Jim went on to work at the finest restaurants in the world. His success allowed him to retire in luxury. Jim has a solid gold mansion, a solid gold lake, and a solid gold limousine. He also has two security guards who work for him. In his only appearance, "The Original Fry Cook," he revisits the Krusty Krab, where SpongeBob, who had heard of him before, meets him for the first time. In the present day, Jim is bald. During his visit, he helped SpongeBob with his fry cooking. Jim is voiced by TV comedian Patton Oswalt. He probably quit three years before Help Wanted because SpongeBob says he has been waiting three years for this day.
At the Krusty Krab, Jim was friends with Squidward and Mr. Krabs because in the episode, Mr. Krabs and Squidward say they remember the old times. Jim was hard working so that could be why Mr. Krabs liked him, and maybe Jim likes Squidward's attitude. Although, it all ended with Mr. Krabs and Jim when Mr. Krabs blatantly started laughing at him when Jim asked for a raise.
Jim is quite famous for his "Jim Patties." Even SpongeBob falls into a minor trance when he takes his first bite. In Jim's patties, he writes his name in ketchup (or as it is called in Something Smells, To Save a Squirrel, and The Slumber Party, Katsup) on the side of the top bun. He was at the scene in the flashback where Squidward loses his long, blonde hair. He also had major face acne.