College degree and stuck working at Enterprise rental cars?

anybody work at Enterprise rent a car out of college? I am in the management training program and it sux! 60 hour work week for $35000 a year. Is that a legal wage (seems like slave labor to me). You think this job will look good on resume, or should I quit and cut my losses now?

Asked By: ufeelmeson12 - 12/4/2007
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Since its training, and not an actual management job, I think the program will benefit your resume. Don't do it for too long though. As long as a more rewarding job is waiting for you at the end of the program, why not stick it out?
Answered By: Nikolas M - 12/4/2007
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No job is worth doing if you don't enjoy it in any way. Also, you have to give to get. So, I would take into consideration how i felt personally about the job itself, the benefits, the pay, and how many other opportunities are around you, or if you are willing to move. If you are married or engaged, I would strongly... More
Answered By: kevin h - 12/4/2007
My daughter received a college degree in Computer Programming with a minor in Math. She worked at the library for 2 years after her graduation. She finally got a job with a computer firm. She has several raises and promotions. Hang in there something will come up for you. A good reference is better than no... More
Answered By: robee - 12/4/2007
how long have you been in this job? are you still on good terms with your career center on campus? You should never quit a job, until you have another. I know it sucks, but try to set up interviews at other jobs on your lunch break. at least when you go on these interviews, you will already be in "uniform". i worked at... More
Answered By: scarecrowo - 12/4/2007
Yes, this can look good on a resume - due to the management training program... More
Answered By: Paul K - 12/4/2007
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