This morning I accidently watched 'Michel Roux's Service'.
A group of young adults learn the ropes of how to do service, building up to do just that in one MR's Michelin star awarded restaurants ultimately culminating in placements in the Food and wine academy for two of them.
What came over was a group of fairly disfunctional, snotty teenagers, some with serious attitude problems. Maybe that was the aim of the programme but I work with young people of the same age (not the students) which are physically attacked on many occasions, have to do personal care and clean up bodily fluids in many situations amongst other things which are not in your usual 'job description'..
Most of them do this with quiet determination and a helpful attitude, putting the service users needs and safety before their own, all for very little money.
I am sorry but I wouldn't give the bunch assembled on that programme a minute of my time.
Interesting television to watch but it is more like a freak show.