The researcher states that in “Serving in Florida” Barbara Ehrenreich describes managers as people who “have crossed over to the other side, which is, crudely put, corporate as opposed to a human.” She is surprised to learn that in a corporate environment, “there is no “we”…” In this phrase, she sums up the phenomenon of corporate work ethics. Ehrenreich might have had some notions that professionalism was about working together; on the contrary, the management was a sort of unilateral power. Apart from facing inhuman treatment from the management, she believes that her “job shows no sign of being financially viable.” She proves her point by giving examples of the weekly salaries of her co-workers and then calculates their expenses. She explains the living conditions of each of her co-worker by calculating their earnings and expenses and thus persuades the readers to agree with her claim that even if they cut off on their basic meals and housing, they would still be struggling hard to make their ends meet. She conducts a housing survey and finds out that housing is “principal source of disruption in their lives…” Her calculation is convincing and unbiased as she not only gives a personal account of her salary vs. expenses but also provides the real picture of the financial and living conditions of her co-workers. She decides to go for a second job at Gerry’s in order to make more money but the appalling working conditions of both places drain her to such an extent that she has to resign from her first job.
This study analyzes the essay “Serving in Florida” by B. Ehrenreich. As this essay is written from a personal perspective, Ehrenreich employs her personal and unbiased observations and opinions and compares her hapless situation with others that are working in similar conditions…
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