Re: JOBS FOR PEOPLE WITH MCS???
Posted by Mary on 4/20/04
Well gosh, you sound like a model employee for any setting.
You should have no trouble landing a new job.
On 4/20/04, Geraldine Agatha wrote:
> Tried working in a health food store once because there I
> wouldn't encounter too many toxic exposures with my MCS,
> but let me warn you that customer service jobs are the
> *worst* ...and never again will I settle for one!
> People are irritable, frustrated, and very demanding when
> they walk into a store, thinking the sales clerk is there
> to not only do their shopping for them, but have all the
> answers to their boundless, diverse questions. If you
> don't conform to their high expectations they immaturely
> make false complaints to your naive boss to have you fired.
> And if I got another job elsewhere and endured misery from
> being exposed to toxins, I wouldn't be allowed to *show*
> my discontent, and discomfort, because you must look happy
> and be full of verbal energy to respond correctly in the
> big communication game. But for all anyone knows or cares,
> the MCS employee is suffering and should be allowed to
> look unhappy about it without being fired for it!!!
> On the other hand if you're in a rush with your job, they
> don't like that either. Tell me, who the hell would want
> to linger longer in an environment making them sick?
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