Burger Joint Research Paper

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Oftentimes, they get a job at a Burger Joint, where they learn how to listen to a boss, and how to work with others, but then they may also have to give up some extracurricular activities, study time and time with family. Not terrible things, but enough of a challenge that many families are helping their kids start their own businesses. Why? Let’s compare the lessons your kid is learning working at a burger joint verses starting a business. 1. Responsibility. Burger Joint: Yes, it teaches responsibility. You need to show up for work and do a good job or your boss and co-workers will get mad at you. Entrepreneur: Teaches you responsibility as well. You need to work hard or you won’t get paid. 2. The Value of a Dollar Burger Joint: You
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