Question: Educated or uneducated?

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Why do people think getting qualifications is the only way to become successful? I have 0 GCSEs and 3 entry level 3 qualifications due to personal reasons but I’m far from stupid and can work, I just can’t sit in a classroom and study, I learn better by actually doing the job, plenty of academic people don’t work well or even want to work and qualifications aren’t everything. It annoys me that people believe that if you haven’t got any qualifications you’re stupid, I know plenty of stupid people who have gone to university.

Question: Help with telling a friend no thanks?

A friend just messaged me to say there’s a part time job at his work and told me to apply for it. I;ve not known him that long and he’s saying to me cause I’ve had to say I can’t afford some nights out now and then.

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I really don’t want the job cause its not something I’d wanna do, terrible pay apparently and awful hours. I’m fine looking for a job the now but just don’t know how to tell him no.

Any advice to say it the nicest way possible or possible excuse would be great thanks

Question: Is It OK To Be A Male Secretary?

I am a guy in my 20s and I work as a secretary for a big firm, I applied for it because I love the firm and I always wanted to work there, even as a secretary, it was kinda my dream to work there.

I work for two people who share conjoined offices, a man and a woman, I like both, they are good employers, eventually I want to progress and maybe become the same level as them, to officially work there.

To do that I am studying for a degree which is a requirement of an official degree, both the people I work for have that degree and both have offered to help me with it.

I am just worried if there is anything wrong with working as a male secretary? as I always thought they usually were female.

Also is it OK to accept help with my degree from the bosses? My male boss has offered me help, he said I can go to his home and study and he will help, and could have dinner while studying,

my female boss said she could help me at the office after work

Is it OK to work as a male secretary?

Question: Is It OK To Be A Male Secretary?

I am a guy in my 20s and I work as a secretary for a big firm, I applied for it because I love the firm and I always wanted to work there, even as a secretary, it was kinda my dream to work there.

I work for two people who share conjoined offices, a man and a woman, I like both, they are good employers, eventually I want to progress and maybe become the same level as them, to officially work there.

To do that I am studying for a degree which is a requirement of an official degree, both the people I work for have that degree and both have offered to help me with it.

I am just worried if there is anything wrong with working as a male secretary? as I always thought they usually were female.

Also is it OK to accept help with my degree from the bosses? My male boss has offered me help, he said I can go to his home and study and he will help, and could have dinner while studying etc is that an OK thing to do?