chk071 wrote: ↑
Fri May 17, 2019 9:54 am
Again, though, the people working in supermarkets here can afford a living. No doubt. It's just that SOME hate what they're doing, maybe because they want to do nothing at all, and still get money.
hell of an assumption there...
maybe they would rather be doing something else, but for whatever reason (lifes like that) they've ended up stuck in a shit job, being treated like shit by their superiors and the customers too.
and its not necessarily to do with education, i know people with degrees, good ones, who have ended up in supermarkets, because theres only so many jobs for those types of qualifications. then once youre in there, because you have bills that need paying or your homeless, try getting time off for interviews.
so you have to risk losing a job to get a job
yeah f**king awesome.
when i left school, jobs where actually quite easy to come by, i got sacked once from one job after an altercation with the manager and got a job at the factory next door starting that afternoon.
now we in this town, have one factory, 3 supermarkets and two office buildings.
theres a few family run shops and then more barbers and hairdressers than needed. that and a couple of takeaways.