After reading this, it kinda got me thinking. Now this article might mean totally squat to some of you, but this kinda worries me. Ive recently completed an IT course and am now looking for work. I am trying everywhere, Timmy's, MacDonald's, the grocery chains, I'm not just limiting myself to IT jobs, cant really do that when you have a loan to pay off. But to say that there is "No such thing as a bad job"? Yes, I'm gonna grab any job I can get, but I took this course to get an IT job. Now I may have to work at a lousy job that doesn't pay much for a few years, for experiance and such, but I eventually want to get an IT job. What does this say about people who go to university? Are they just going to spend X tens of thousands of dollars just to end up working in a Coffee shop? Kinda seems a little pointless.
For me personally, there are such things as a "bad job". For me its the medical sector. I don't care how much you make, I couldn't handle the stress, the sick people or the blood/ things that are outside but should remain inside. I'd end up being a patient more than a medical provider!
So, what are your guy's/gals opinions? Are there such things as a bad job?