Or, as they say in the North, "Nuyuuhh!"
News flash from the BBC: "Coronation Street" is putting British students off of a future in factory work, turned off by the soap's depiction of a unglamourous workplace ruled by chauvinistic bosses:
'Soap opera bosses like Coronation Street's Mike Baldwin are deterring teenagers from taking factory jobs, Welsh academics have claimed.
A report by the North East Wales Institute of Higher Education (Newi) has blamed soap operas for giving factory work a poor image.
ITV's long-running soap Coronation Street was singled out for criticism by the institute.
Newi surveyed 200 teenagers in north Wales and north-west England.
The report, published on Monday, criticised soap operas on UK television as being full of "working-class people doing repetitive badly-paid work at the mercy of an autocratic sexist boss".
It said many students think manufacturing work is "boring, dirty and smelly".'
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