would you see this Mcjob as a stepping stone, using IT as an opportunity to learn needed skills, grow, & seeing it as a VERY STRONG impetus to your future success or would you become EXTREMELY RESIGNED to your abysmal fate, give up, knowing that you have absolutely a VERY BLEAK and DEADEND future in addition to feeling inferior by virtue of this Mcjob?
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I was talking about Mcjobs AFTER one graduates from either college or grad school not DURING college which is understood. Having a Mcjob AFTER being degreed does have a stigma attached to it, h/she is onsidered to be stupid for having such a job..
Actually, I've had that experience to. Times were tough in the 1970's as they are now. still, I think it is better to have any job rather than non at all. I was once told that a potential employer doesn't care so much what you did, as why you did it.
A college grad and postgrad working in Mcjobs i.e. jobs that don't require college is viewed as stupid because it is contended that if h/she was smart, h/she wouldn't work at such jobs. H/she also WON'T advance very far because of such a job.