Wow, the FP sure loves stories about shitty first-time jobs. I know a lot of people talk of the virtues of a shitty-level job as learning valuable life-lessons and a usually very nebulous notion of “paying dues,” but the stories that have been shared on the FP so far seem to suggest that the only real lessons learned are that the job sucked, wasn’t worth even the sheer desperation of the circumstances and that people are awful assholes who barely deserve to live if that. So what say you CL, are such shitty-level jobs just a necessary evil of life or just evil?

*not meant to be serious so let’s keep it calm k?*