Some workplaces require their employees to wear a uniform. It kind of sucks, but you’re lucky to have a job so stop complaining. I have to wear a uniform at work, I know your pain. I keep my work shoes, shirt, pants, and gear in a backpack, and I get to work a few minutes early so I have time to change, grab a coffee, and hang out in the break room. It’s annoying having to lug my backpack around if I want to go somewhere before or after work, but it’s better than wearing my work clothes all day long. There are exceptions to everything of course. Some people drive to work and drive back home right after work, they don’t stop anywhere and they don’t have much interaction with anyone along the way. But if you rely on public transportation, wearing your uniform to work makes you stick out like a sore thumb. A lot of servers at The Cheesecake Factory wear their uniforms to work for some reason. They wear white collared shirts, white pants, and white shoes. They look like they are in a cult. Wearing your uniform to work makes you look like a tool, especially if you have to wear all white. Have a little self-respect and bring a change of clothes to work. You’ll feel better about yourself at the end of the day.
Critically Rated at 5/17
Written, Rated, and Reviewed by Brendan H. Young