Jobs in multinational food chains for students as
waiters or serving staff may help students as a financial source. Chains like
McDonalds are places where students work part time along with their studies.
The pays they get and the amount that they earn may serve as pocket money but
does not become a source of experience or future benefits. These jobs are just
going and coming back and serving people in these restaurants instead of
learning something and gaining something for the future. (Etzioni) The jobs at
multinational food chains can be seen as working like machines for the owners
which slaughters the creativity of these students. These jobs have proved to be
unhelpful and unbeneficial for these students working here for their future
ventures. A research shows that selling things created by your own self are
rather more beneficial for a youngster than working at these food chains.
Selling your own things can teach you business skills and
This article portrays an adverse effect of working in such food chains by arguing that it does not provide a good future for the young students working here. Perhaps the article is right somehow where it says that the students are working like robots for their bosses instead of getting something for
These students are financially strong during their educational life and encounter less monetary issues than their counterparts. Working at these food chains makes them realize the hardships their parents have been bearing to earn a living. This job makes them aware of a budget constraint and maintenance of a budget just to pay for their own expenses even if they are watching movies or hanging out. The students get to learn about different things of working in different places. These jobs give these working students an edge over the other students as they are able to work anywhere and they would never starve because of their ego. (Littleton)These young students develop better communication skills than their counterparts by working in these food chains. These students tend to get better jobs as they won’t step back from any work because of their experience. The articles talks about the adverse effects of working at McDonalds or such fast foods which only consider the material value of working in these chains. The thing which the article does not consider is that there is an intrinsic value to working in these food chains for the students which counts in form of experience, finances, communication skills and a better capability than their fellows.