When I was in college, I had the world’s worst job:
I worked retail at an Old Navy.
Although this wasn’t my first job ever, it was the first time I was forced into a working situation.
I was 20 years old, my college scholarship had just disappeared, and I couldn’t ask my Dad for any money. I had too much pride for that.
I had to work to make ends meet.
Although the time I spent working at Old Navy was mind-numbingly dull and a total waste of my skill set, I learned many life lessons from the 3 and 1/2 years I was there.