Analysis Of Barbara Ehrenreich's Serving In Florida

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In the selection, “Serving in Florida”, Barbara Ehrenreich described her experience of working at the low-wage American workplace and the worker’s struggles with minimum wage. When she depicts the work as an outsider, she states “customers arrive in human waves, sometimes disgorged fifty at a time from their tour buses, peckish and whiny.” (Ehrenreich 395) It demonstrates the hardships of the workers when dealing with customers. Even though the customers are complaining for no reasons and being obnoxious, the workers have to deal with them with respect. It is hard to be respectful toward the person who does not deserved it. Sometimes there are nothing wrong with the workers but the customers take out their stress about something else on the
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