@uaskigyrl I have to agree with u on that... I feel that way when I hear teachers commplain. come on, U know what's up... Teachers don't make any money, they have long hours and bad azzed kids to deal with. So i get annoyed when I hear them complain all the dam time. Switch ur major, u're an adult. U know there's no money to be had in teaching... So do it because u love it, not because u think u'll get rich. period... Besides, waiters and retail clerks make way less, but u don't hear the complaining. Just shut ur mouth and teach the kids and hope they make smarter life choices when they're in college.
@Anna225 U made some pretty valid points. Another thing I had a problem with is their discussion about beer. I take issue with that along with the cheese wheel. I mean a person with a child who is truly on food stamps, would only think about using that money to get the necessities. Milk, bread, cheaper cut meats, like hamburger meat, etc. not buying coffee and discussing cheese wheels and beer. but I only glanced at the article. I'm guessing they need to give up their dreams and get down to the reality of working fast food/retail/etc. struggling artist is just an excuse to not work. didn't seem like they were even out there pounding the pavement at all. Just sitting in a coffee joint, buying expensive coffee. I'm just sayin... Maybe I missed something. But when I was unemployed, I wasn't sitting in a coffee shop buying expensive coffee. I didn't even have any change to place in the parking meters to park when I went to drop off resumes. I had to park blocks and blocks over, because I didn't have one quarter...I had two kids and didn't qualify for food stamps because I made too much at my last job. I was off by .75 cents for qualifying. Even the lady was upset lol.. anyway, I worked for Macy's and got another job at Chase. I worked two jobs until I could find a one good one.