Exactly! And most young people, do not stay in the menial jobs, they either advance to higher levels, or use that hard earned money to struggle through college. Is it any wonder, with attitudes like this, that it is so hard for our young people to "make it" to that point? The "making it" of course, refers to keeping the bills pay and eating while trying to advance, or getting though college. The reason I am against mandated health insurance. Young people working hard and struggling to make ends meet, cannot afford a car payt. and insurance, never mind health insurance. If they are lucky, the get an entry level job with benefits. If they are wise also, they choose it.
posted on 02/09/2007 12:00:09 PM PST
(2Th 2:11 And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie:)
Working as a dishwasher in the college cafeteria to make my way through undergrad a fellow dishwasher, who was not in college and a little older than I, told me something that has stuck with me my whole life: "Never put a man down for the job he does."
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