By John - 07/11/2009 16:04 - United States
Valedictorian02 tells us more.
It has to be one of those four, huh? Because you know of four situations so mine has to be one of those four? I'm OP. I took the scholarship, got a B.A. in Economics with a minor in Computer Science (not quite Basket-Weaving or Art History, sorry), did analysis for a company that recently went under, started working for a start-up until I ran out of money, then took the best job I could find, which happens to involve selling french fries. By the way, he DID want french fries. And he got them.
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A high school valedictorian position means nothing. Public education in the U.S. sucks. No wonder there are so many idiots in this country that believe in crap like creationism and god.
If you went to high school in DC, you got to be valedictorian because you're the only one who didn't get pregnant, shot and killed or thrown in jail. So, DID he want fries with that?
Public education in the U.S. sucks. No wonder so many people in this country believe in creationism and god.
Our school Valedictorian is now a stripper. No joke, her stage name is snow white because she was really pale.
Haha THANK YOU. It sucks for the OP but I'm kind of happy an FML like this was posted. You kids better wake up cause that is reality right now. I graduated from a top 50 university. I have five years experiamce in communcationd and marketing. I have experience in art coordination and have done tech marketing. Oh and when I'm not typing on my phone, I can write pretty well. I start tomorrow as a seasonal cashier. I mean I'm lucky it's at a store I love. But that's what the e onomy has done to the job market. So get ready kids. For fighting for the same position as ppl with more experience and the se college backgrounds. Get ready to move back home. And get off the high horses and understand we are all in the se boat right now. And it'll be that much harder for new grads. Why? Because people are willing to work for less money in these times just for se job security and health benefits. Welcome to the real world.
It's things like this that get me scared! I'm an undergrad bio major, and I'm afraid I'm not going to get a job when I go looking. Most of my recently graduated friends are STILL looking. If only finding a good job was as easy as it sounded. I wouldn't be broke NOW if that was the case.
Thank you Gummi. And by the way, directed to the smart ass above, I'll assume you are thirteen considering you can't type out a whole word. My mistakes were pure typos due to being horrible at iPhone typing. Yours were due to ignorance, immaturity or both. "o rly?" Yes, really. Idiot.