At the age of 26, he applied for the Honey Snow Ice City and was suspected of being too old.
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I believe that many friends must have opened such a joke: when to quit, go to shake milk tea! Dear friends, nowadays, milk tea doesn't mean you can shake it. Ask yourself before you resign: are you young enough?
Recently, some netizens posted on social software that when they went to Snow Ice City to ask if they were looking for a job, they were told that their 26 years old was too old, according to media reports.
Coincidentally, some netizens posted a post not long ago to reflect that there is indeed a problem of recruitment age limit in Honey Snow Ice City, "what?" Even Michelle's recruitment age is limited to less than 25 years old? " As can be seen in the picture, on a recruitment poster in Snow and Ice City, the age limit is supplemented by oily pen graffiti: 16-25 years old.
A staff member of a store in a first-tier city said that their age limit is stricter. The store is full of young people between the ages of 16 and 19, and even if the applicant is over 20, the store should consider it. And also said bluntly: "the salary beyond 20 will not be very high."
Is the age requirement of the shop assistant so outrageous in Honeysnow Ice City? In this regard, the headquarters customer service staff responded that the age requirements for staff recruitment are determined by the stores themselves, and the headquarters generally will not interfere.
There are netizens from all over the comment area who say that not every Mixue prefers to recruit younger clerks, and the age of employees in different stores is also different, confirming the saying of Michelle Ice City customer service. "indeed, it should be decided by the store itself. There are very few people under the age of 22 in the Honey Snow Ice City on my side, and even most of them can see that they are about 30 years old. It must be some of the stores' own problems. "
In fact, age requirements are common in the industry, and Snow Ice City is not the only one. It has been observed that the recruitment requirements of many tea shops impose certain restrictions on the age of employment, and even some milk tea shops directly indicate on the recruitment posters that only 17-20-year-old employees are recruited. A netizen left a message saying: "I don't know anywhere else. I don't want a circle of milk tea shops, such as lucky tea, Xi tea, 100 tea, and so on. They say that they have to remember too much to make milk tea, and the older ones can't remember it."
Strict age restriction has become a common phenomenon in the tea industry, which has also brought anxiety to many netizens. Some netizens have issued a "soul question": "can't even get into the service industry after the age of 26?"
The workshop once wrote an article: "is a barista a teenage rice?" I thought that only baristas had this kind of trouble, but I didn't expect that the fire of "age anxiety" finally spread to tea practitioners. Some netizens said they did not understand. Will different ages still affect the production of milk tea? Why treat them so differently?
The employees of the above-mentioned Honeysnow Ice City said that the human side is more concerned with the issue of "stability": after the age of 22, employees may get married and have children, and their jobs will not be very stable, so basically they are not able to work in milk tea shops over the age of 25, which may have become the "default standard" of the industry.
On the other hand, friends who are slightly familiar with the tea industry all know that tea shop assistants are doing exactly the physical work: not only do they need to stand for a long time, but they also expend a lot of energy in making products such as baking lemon tea. I may not be able to bear it if I grow up a few years old. "Milk tea shop is super tired, young and energetic is more suitable."
When a seemingly outrageous phenomenon becomes common in the industry, what we see is helplessness-- to understand the urgent needs of various brands and stores in the industry for employees with high physical strength and high energy. we can also feel the helplessness of "over-age" people who "want but not get" jobs. I really hope that this situation can be improved in the future! Let me have milk tea to shake in the future!
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