posted on Jun, 18 2016 @ 04:37 PM
Yes and no. I'm in an upper middle class area, and around here a lot of people are at least above average intellects, or have a knack for something
and find a good position or start up their own company.
I can take this so many different ways, my expectations of the standard for college didn't remotely match what I witnessed and it freaked me the hell
out. Now I get that colleges are all about the monies and watered down to take on just about anyone. If I were to expose myself to crap-job
environments I'd probably tell of a lot of people who were stupid that didn't deserve a job as you describe, but honestly I think this depends on the
If I were to travel to an area where (yes Kali, I'm calling you out here) the socioeconomics and demographics were shifted... that is where people
earned less and minorities were more represented, you can totally feel the stupidity in the environment, and witness it all around you. People drive
worse, they make more mistakes in everyday tasks, they take longer to process the basics, and you can see pure incompetence even at low/no -skill
I work around the clock, regardless of what day of the week it is, holidays don't phase me, but I have to know I'm working for a company that has a
competent leader, and a vision to grow with me in it. I got all but the hygiene down, and really it boils down to half the mornings I'd rather get on
the job site ready to roll, with knowledge that I'm going to sweat my ass off and get dirty anyways, so might as well wait until I get off to take a
Oh, I should disclose that I DO work construction as my day job and I DO NOT witness stupidity on the job site nearly as often as I would from say...
a fast food job. We take on high-end new commercial work, and you have to have a certain attitude and aptitude to work this level of new construction.
If you can't cut it, the GCs will not take your bids in the future.
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