Non-Valentine Random Post About Low Class Work

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Investment bankers, financial analysts, mechanics, computer programmers, doctors – we all know how hard to attain these professions are and we have to spend days, months, years to be part of the job market. While waiters/waitresses, administrators, helpers, and kind are the types of job that perceived as low-level work, easy and stupid job. I thought so too, I always want to be one of the high-class people and underestimated the other group, well, don’t you think serving food, washing dishes, cleaning the floor, etc. are the easy job?
Yeah, only until I tried doing it.

Now you might stop and pity me. That poor girl with a useless bachelor degree is doing low life job. Judge me all you want but let me just say this: both groups are equivalently tiring in a different way, one requires brain power while the other, heart power and muscle. One will argue that working in high tier organizations also involve a lot of emotions. It is absolutely true but different emotions indeed, you will get it after you experienced it.
Not to get too specific but I am currently finance my travel by working on the hostel I am staying in. It is a great place and I really love the people here, a lot of stories, thoughts being exchanged and I feel like I have been talking forever to so many different people. To make it clear: it is amazing, great experience. But here is the thing; maybe it is because this is the first time I am doing this, I feel a little bit oppressed. Since I will be staying for (kind of) long time, the manager just asked me to do everything, like I should have had a week holiday before everything started but I started working since the first day already. Of course I don’t mind at all, really I would love to help out as much as possible. But then there are times when I need to be alone or when I was tired, but he always called me because there are always something going on around, it was just……
Also, at home, I never need to wash my dishes, such a spoiled little girl but here I need to wash TEN people’s dishes (with extra cleaning and a lot of other things). Again it is not a big problem at all, but you see when he keep adding work to do – it just become so frustrating. Well I am lamenting right now but this is a big emotional test for me. As a low class working employee, it is just so hard to earn respect and hard to complain or voice out my opinion. He heard me out but not listening I think. He is a nice person but not a very nice manager. But this is part of the consequence of my decision so I am trying my best to take it easy and not going crazy……

PS: I know I should return to the top and re-read before posting but I think I need a crying break so please pardon my English as always.

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PSS: Happy valentine’s day peeps! (or single awareness day whichever applicable)
Now playing: Breakeven – The Script and S.A.D – Joseph Vincent.

“…Still alive but barely breathing…”


6 thoughts on “Non-Valentine Random Post About Low Class Work

  1. Rina, like what you say, take it easy 🙂
    I’m doing part-time job here in a hotel’s kitchen and also felt overwhelmed at first, was thinking to quit after only 1 day haha. But as time goes, i believe you will yourself get used to it. It’s exhausting since your body hasn’t yet adapted to it. Rooting for you! Waiting for your wonderful trip’s photos after then.

    Happy Valentine!


  2. Wow, awesome weblog layout! How lengthy have you ever been blogging for? you made blogging glance easy. The entire glance of your website is wonderful, as smartly as the content material!


  3. You actually make it seem so easy along with your presentation however I in finding this matter to be actually one thing which I think I might never understand. It seems too complex and very broad for me. I am having a look forward on your subsequent submit, I will attempt to get the dangle of it!


    1. I agree with you that this is a broad topic and I really just covered a very small portion of it. I learned to care about this matter through my own experience, else I might never be bothered to think about it. So, your curiosity and willingness to understand is already in a higher level than me. Always my pleasure to share my thoughts and have others read it, thank you 🙂


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