Work: Writing and Marissa Nunez
2. Marissa found many work experiences to be useful for situations in the future. For example; many customers can be very rude and mean. One customer called her a name, and told her to mind her own business when all Marissa was trying to do was help her. Even though the customer called her a bad name and was giving her trouble, she kept quiet and got the manager to deal with the situation. If she said something to the customer, she would have gotten into trouble. This shows that she knows how to handle situations and sometimes it is best to keep your mouth closed because its not worth losing your job over.
3. By working at McDonald’s, Marissa hopes to become a manager at McDonald’s. To achieve this goal, Marissa plans on continuing to attend the class that is required. In this class she gets observed on how well she deals with customers, and then gets a grade on how well she does. Marissa also has to take an exam to become a manager. By doing all of these things, Marissa can achieve her goal of being manager.
Words and Figures of Speech:
1. Marissa puts “battle of the sexes” in quotation marks because it is the name of a game.
2. In connection with restaurant work, the word station means a part of the restaurant. For example; in the reading a station is the grill, then the cash register.
3. The word “Arches” in the essay title, means that someone’s career goals have many ups and downs leading to the goal but you have to work through it to be successful. “Golden” means the