Eddie Willers wrote:Holy shit - a callback interview for dishwasher? WTF indeed!
But take it as positive, yet keep on looking.
Definitely keep looking, and don't be shy to try for something better than a dishwasher. In the past, they'd hire you or tell you they were not interested on the spot. I don't see what the fucking point of an interview is for washing dishes. These fuckers sound like they have their heads up their asses, and are doing you a favor for offering you a minimum wage job.
And since you're in college, I'll give you two pieces of advice I wish I took when I was in college. Whatever your major is, whatever you learn, that is not the most important part of college. The most important parts of college are NETWORKING and internships. Make sure you do both, and you do them well. Meet and get to know/befriend as many people as possible. Any one of these people could mean the difference between making six figures and leading a full life, or being unemployed for longer than you wish to imagine. Internships will also get you in the door without having to worry about the million + 1 requirements that all of these workplaces demand. If you have actual work experience (and that starts the second you begin your internship) you are golden. Just keep doing internships and don't feel like you don't know shit. Most internships don't require you to do any work, they just train you and make you do the most basic shit. In fact, try looking for a paid internship right now, you'll be surprised at what you may find. And most internships will happily give you a schedule that works around your classes.
The word "misogyny" is like a bad joke, dropped at the first sign of trouble.