The overwhelming emphasis of school & university is what are you going to 'be' when you grow up. Unless you are wealthy enough to think about the finer things in life, the aim is to find a vocation. Something to put bread on the table. In 'Best Whites', Rebecca Davis pops up in all sorts of different random jobs. It taught her to always wash her fruit, but beyond that there are life lessons aplenty on offer when jobs aren't vocational. Education should also focus on being competent at life... or just finding juice. Anyone fancy learning to be a Best Lorry Driver?
Imagining Rebecca Davis at HGV Training