I recently graduated from my community college's culinary program. I was offered a job after a working interview, a few days ago. At first, I thought, "this is great, now I am getting experience and being paid at the same time".
I don't mind working with a strict chef, my chef's constant use of sarcasm makes it hard to work with him.
Everyday I have to drag myself to work, tell myself to be happy, and skip lunch and dinner all for the sake of gaining experience. I feel as long as I work there, I will eventually lose my passion to cook, at the same time I have lined another job that pays less, but it was a job I know I won't have to drag myself to.
I had no problem working with other restaurants in the past.
The only I didn't leave yet is because the place I'm working now used to be my internship site. Only a few people were still around when the restaurant had a fire. Some of them helped me got this job. Should I tell them how I feel about working now?