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In Working at McDonalds Amitai Etzioni argues that teenagers should not work for McDonalds Etzioni believes that kids cant learn a lot from basic and simple McDonalds job He further suggests that although students working at McDonald get some income but they dont learn skill and its not helpful for their career He provided example of a 1980 study said that students who worked at school the unemployment are less than those who dont work at school Also Etzioni states that seniors often works 5 to 7 days a week at McDonalds seniors may dont have enough time to study Seniors also admit working at fast food store prevent them from getting good grade The working environment is different for each store but what the students is hard to transfer to future work Etzioni also said that after students get money from working at McDonalds they may spend on drugs or some other useless things In conclusion Etzioni suggests students go back to school they need to find a way to balance work and study I found that Etizionis article Working at McDonalds convincing He said working at McDonald is bad He uses example and facts to support his thesis In these examples sources are reliable and the facts are accurate these facts and examples are also believable and consistency Etizionis language is clear and thesis is easy to followThen he did some research and used a study from 1980 this study can support the thesis well The study said that teens work at Mcdonalds their unemployment is high when comparing those who dont The analogy can help assure the thesis It helps readers know that people who work at McDonald cant have a bright future This study has strong relationship with whole passage This study is accuracy because he provides statistics that unemployment was half of those students who dont work This study is also completeness he provided the name of people who did
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