→ Not the Attitude that I like to See

An writeup from a law school graduate who is working retail while looking for a job:

The customers that I have to deal with every day are not only annoying, but also incredibly stupid. It almost seems like being around stupidity makes it rub off on you. For example, there are customers that will “shop around” the store for a better, more favorable answer to their questions. When I’m asked about whether we have a certain product, and I inform the customer that we either don’t carry the product, or it’s currently out of stock, some people will go to another associate, and ask them the exact same question, only in search of a different answer.

This is both disappointing and disturbing. A sense of entitlement oozes from the piece. The author of this piece is not the type of person I would want working with me.