A job that deals with human emotions
May 26, 2016 7:29am CST
I pity those jobs that deal primarily with human emotions. I pity those lowly-paid workers that have to manage the hotline, and handle the frustrating customers. By the time the customers get to speak to a real person, they are already in the worst of moods. That is why I pity the operators taking the calls. They are not only dealing with the technical issues, but they have to deal with human emotions. I pity those doctors who have to tell the families of the patients the truth. It is hard to shatter the hope of the parents and tell them that their child is not going to live. These jobs are not for me. I just do not like to deal with human emotions.
8 people like this
• Guangzhou, China
26 May 16
I know some people don't have good jobs, but I don't look down upon them due to it. I always treat the cleaner well. She cleans our office everyday. In fact sometimes I don't know what she is speaking because of her dialect, but I always try to respond to her rather than keep silent. I just pity those people who are thieves, robbers etc. Since they earn money through the wrong way.
27 May 16
Personally I think cleaners have more power than us! They can access the CEO and Chairman office, while we have to make appointment or we may not even get to see at all. They can tell the CEO and Chairman all sort of nonsense, and yet the CEO will believe them. For us, it is rare even to have a chance to say hello to the CEO.