Bad jobs. Less than glamorous working conditions. Usually our introduction to the workforce and often early on in our careers, we've all got our arsenal of workplace horror stories. (Like my older brother, who worked at a fast food chain as a kid and had to clean the playscape interior and disinfect the ballpit. Gross.)
Fortunately, most of us live to tell the crazy tales of our first jobs - and are able to glean a few key learnings from them, too.
Welcoming a new crop of graduates to the "real world" this month left me wondering: what crazy workplace trials and errors did some of Boston's tech leaders endure when kicking off their careers?