The idea that there are many people who have it harder than you is pretty bad. I'll tell you the end result of being paralyzed in thinking by corporate livestock.

There is a workplace full of women. It was still troublesome and stressful [realistic experience].

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Workplaces full of women seem kind of troublesome, don't you think?

I actually went through it myself and found it mind-numbingly troublesome, stressful and nerve-wracking to the point of exploding.

So this time I would like to talk about my experience of "a certain workplace full of women.

*This is just my personal experience & opinion.

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A pain in the ass. My experience of "there are workplaces full of women."

Now I would like to tell you about a certain workplace full of women.

Workplace full of women 1: It's easy to divide into groups.

Women like to stick together in true.
I used to like it too.

When you are in a group, there is a sense of security, and after all, there is something fun about sharing and cackling about fun things with everyone in the group.

However, when I feel like doing things alone, it is not always easy.
Group activities = a strong sense of camaraderie, so that once they separate, they may ask, "Why are you leaving us? Don't you want to be with us? and there may be a sense of uneasiness.

As one would expect, the atmosphere cannot be so blatant in adult society, but there are many people who cannot leave the group without being awkward with everyone else in the group.

The reason for the formation of factions is also related to the formation of this group.

Workplace full of women 2: Factions are likely to occur.

When groups are formed, factions are more likely to arise.

Faction sounds a bit formal, but it is a conflict between groups.

Groups are like, "If we're all in this together, if we're all thinking together, I'm not afraid! A group of people can be like, "If we're all in this together, if we're all thinking together, then I'm not afraid of you!

When one person complains a little, another person agrees with him, and this spreads and creates a strange sense of unity.

The power of friends. There I was.Part-time apparel placeBut a faction, or rather a group, has formed.

Workplace full of women 3: Bullying is also likely to occur.

This is tooI was almost bullied.Group vs. Group vs. me alone.

When I was working part-time as an apparel sales clerk, most of the employees were housewives in their late 20s and 30s, except for me, who was a college student at the time.

At that time, when I joined the company, there were a lot of strong characters or feminine housewives who seemed to be in trouble, and as expected, a group was born.

I was not part of any group at the time, and I felt like I was because of my age and the hours I worked.

Then, one day, they suddenly started acting like jerks in a group. I still remember how they were very rude to me, even though they didn't say anything to anyone else.

I can still remember their faces.

This was the first time I became acutely aware that a workplace full of women was troublesome.

Incidentally, I was convinced that this kind of bullying problem was unique to women's society, because I had never experienced such a problem in a workplace that was not full of women but also had a few men.

Female workplace FAQ 4: The presence of even one man neutralizes the female tension.

This is also a real-life experience, but I was working in a certain sales position when I entered the workforce.

Then, when I was assigned to a store with many girls, I thought, "It's definitely going to be awkward here, too," due to the trauma of being an apparel salesperson, but it didn't turn out that way at all.

What was different then?" I found that the difference was the presence or absence of men in the workplace.

There may have been a different reason if you get right down to it....

And this is what the president of the company I was working for as a route salesman also said. He said that in a workplace full of women, the presence or absence of one man makes a big difference in the atmosphere. I thought he was right.

If the job you really want to work at is a workplace full of women [breakthrough].

Well, some people are not suited for this, and some people are fine with women all over the place.

If the job I wanted to do was in a workplace full of women, even though I thought "I don't want a workplace full of women - it looks too much trouble," I would choose a workplace with as few people as possible or one that might have at least one man.

This is just my personal opinion, but even in workplaces full of women, there were never any problems in small groups of three or four, or in workplaces with even one man.

However, even if a small number of peopleThree old bureaucrats!It's hard to get into a place like that, where there are strong bonds and factions are likely to form, and if you're not very good at it, you may end up alone.

I guess I have an image that the more women there are in a workplace, the more troublesome it is.


I experienced firsthand that a workplace full of women is definitely not suitable for me, and I decided that it was absolutely impossible.

Surely there are some comfortable places in the world where a workplace full of women is not stressful.

However, as I mentioned earlier, there is a great potential for stressful situations, so it is best to avoid them if you think that "female hassles are troublesome.

Or someplace where there is at least one man. Because I think it would act as an emulsifier, in my opinion.

These are about a workplace full of women~.

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