>>100707658>In the corrupt companies, hard work is less of a factor. It's more about whether or not you're willing to cheat and cover the assess of your fellow cheaters. You'll get promoted because you're in with them and an active part of the corruption.
thats work in itself, even sucking dick is work. more work than these art students will ever have to do. >You're a fool if you start by talking about how an industry "should" be, or what "should" be rewarded. That has no bearing on the reality of what is.
there's nothing wrong with wanting reality to be better. its not like i'm a homeless loser complaining about should haves. i do my work, know the asses i have to kiss, but don't accept that its okay>The point is not what you think should be happening. The point is that you said you'd work for nothing at the lowest rung and be happy about it. Well guess what? "What is", is that you're going to work at the bottom rung for a few years, your healthcare deductible is going to go up, and then you'll burn out and quit.
its not like those jobs don't exist anymore, they're just overseas. of course i can't go overseas, but the point is i'd do the work for the industry i love and want to get ahead in. would i get ahead? we don't know what do we?
i'm sure former factory workers would rather have a shitty job that they could do than no job at all