Waiting tables at Medieval Times. Serving Ice Cream. Popping popcorn. Everyone’s had that god-awful, can’t-wait-to-quit job when they are first starting out in the working world. They’re singed in our memories as the places we can never go back to, but also as the locales where we learned our first professional lessons. Learn to manage expectations as a hostess? Multitask as babysitter/house cleaner/personal assistant? We want to know: What’s the best lesson you learned from your worst job?