This was a true case. As a manager, WHO would YOU most likely hire for a managerial or responsible
position?A college educated person who worked Mcjobs( any job that doesn't require a college degree) for a period because h/she could find a job commensurate w/his/her educational level or a college educated person who REFUSED to work Mcjobs,instead waiting until THE RIGHT job commensurate w/his/her educational level comes along?I knew of a case of two college educated men who REFUSED to take Mcjobs, waiting until their THIRTIES for a job commensurate with their degrees. One didn't start working until his LATE THIRTIES, almost forty. Yes, their parents SUPPORTED them ALL THIS TIME.
The person who worked has demonstrated a work ethic, while the one refusing to work and honor obligations has proven to be an elitist and perfectionist.
The person working a McJob is paying their bills, proving they can show up on time, can work on promotions within the company from the bottom or find a different job (the old joke about having to have a job to get a job because of companies wanting to hire someone already working comes to mind)
In contrast, the guy who never worked may be using the "haven't found the right one yet" excuse to justify why he will never work or deny that his expectations are too high/unreasonable.
by DON BALDERAS 7 years ago
Can a person who does not or can not manage himself deserve to be given a managerial post?
by Edward Zhang 7 years ago
What kind of traits are necessary to be a manager?I would imagine that it is more difficult for some people to manage a team than it is for others.
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