If you were unlucky enough as a college graduate or postgraduate to have obtained a Mcjob,
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?
Before the days of fast food, my brother worked in restaurants during college.I know that his joib was heavier and harder work than if he were at a fast food place. I worked delivering papers when I went to college. I see nothing wrong with doing honest work to get through school, or any other time actually. By the way, there are management jobs with companies like McDonalds although they also require hard work.
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.
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