Not in the slightest. Before I got my career started, I would do odd jobs all the time like work with the illegal day laborers on framing/landscaping/etc to get by to help pay for school. Also worked as a cotton picker to help pay for rent in our first apartment when I got married in college. As far as I’m concerned, you can’t be above manual labor if you need to support yourself or a family in tough times or just in general. It’s honest work and nothing is wrong with that.