Ugh. Don't ever work as a cleaning lady or whatever it's called.
Everyone and their aunt seems to know my job better than I do, and people "like me" are apparently have low education and not only that, seen as dirt (IF EVEN THEY SEE YOU AT ALL).
I hate the stigma around that work, I do it because it's pretty good salary and I like my boss.
I'm honestly scared of telling people what I work with because of how they'll look at me with pity.
When I told people I worked as an usher/facility keeper/janitor (because it involved changing light bulbs, deliver mail and all that cool inhouse jazz I love doing), SUDDENLY I was a human being??
It's just... I'm just so tired of people thinking lowly of me, just because of my work. My work does not define who I am.
I'm also pretty sure that none of them knows my name, despite me working there for almost 3 years now, so I got that going on for me.
I just... I feel like the wrong person on the wrong workspace and I don't know what to do about it.
I feel the need of doing something different, but I honestly don't know what. (I do know what, I want to go back being a janitor again but that seems to only be reserved for boys because girls can't do that stuff, but guess what. I'm stronger than most people and that's just raw strength).
Sorry for the rambling, I needed to vent somewhere.