They're not voting because...
- I'm so disillusioned.
I'm so disillusioned. I'm a politics graduate working as a high grade officer in the Inland Revenue, I chose to offer my skills back to the country and I don't even get a decent salary or pension in return. I was promised economic security in the future - now I'll be the same as everyone else.written 14th Apr 2005
Luther Blissett replies: Ahahahaha.
"I'm a politics graduate working as a high grade officer in the Inland Revenue, I chose to offer my skills back to the country"
Having laughed so hard in ages. Thanks for that.written 14th Apr 2005
SM replies: I've always said irony was a double-edged sword. But that one nearly had even me. Right up until the last line;
"now I'll be the same as everyone else".
Classic. :Dwritten 15th Apr 2005
monkeynuts replies: *grin*. meanie.
Though I have to admit, with a politics degree, what the hell else did you think you were going to do? ;-)
PS: I was two years in to a Public Administration degree when I made that realisation myself and stepped away...written 15th Apr 2005
mojo replies: I think they have a valid point - saying 'same pension as everyone else' think about it - civil servants except lower salaries than commercial equivalents. But saying that 'Politics' is a bit of flimsy degree and you get what you pay for!written 15th Apr 2005