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Do you not find these people who work in public sector jobs to be so condescending and patronising?

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Do you not find these people who work in public sector jobs to be so condescending and patronising?

 

Probably the most accurate post you've ever made.

 

Public sector jobs (and I'm talking local council jobs, not teaching, NHS etc) are basically modern day coal mining or Ford factory jobs, with stupid titles like "Diversity Manager". 

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Do you not find these people who work in public sector jobs to be so condescending and patronising?

 

Probably the most accurate post you've ever made.

 

Public sector jobs (and I'm talking local council jobs, not teaching, NHS etc) are basically modern day coal mining or Ford factory jobs, with stupid titles like "Diversity Manager". 

 

 

i get the comparison but these guys aint producing shit but employment figures

 

they exist to drain tax money and keep unemployment down without seemingly bein able to do anything of value cos of bureaucracy and 8 people tryna do 1 job

 

my birds a 'healthy workforce advisor'

 

nonsense

 

gets frustrated cos she actually tries to make a difference

 

blatantly showin up the rest of her office by doing work

 

been tellin her she should jus ride out her contract browsing reddit n stop steppin on toes

 

re the title, not really, i find them to generally be dim and dull

 

maybe im too condescending n patronising to notice

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they all have this look as well like people in private sector seem to look more 'professional' if those are the words and public sector workers just look like social workers

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