It looks like this year summer jobs will be even harder to come by for young people. Maybe someone should have told this to the young clerk at General Cleaners in Easthampton, MA.
I went in to pick up my dry cleaning today only to find that the pants that go with my suit are no where to be found. In an effort to track down my pants, I asked him a few questions. He then told me my bitc***" attitude wasn't going to make my pants appear. Oh really?
This type of "service" isn't going to add any revenue to this company's bottom line. In fact, I'm taking my business elsewhere.
There are tons of people waiting to take this guy's job. He doesn't know it yet, but I suspect by next week he will get the message loud and clear, as I've just sent a note to the owner regarding my experience.
So here's my advice to those young people who have jobs. This isn't the time to diss your customers. Do what they ask and do so with a smile. And for those young people who are looking for work. Stay the course. Go back to the places you applied to every few weeks. I suspect there are more people out there, like this guy, whose job will be opening up shortly.