Think Your Job Is Terrible? Read This
“They know the mundane rhythms of our collective lives, like when we rise, shower, do the dishes and go to sleep. The know when halftime starts during the Super Bowl,” says this story in The New York Times. They are the 1,200 workers who process raw sewage everyday in New York — average salary $42,000 — and they haven’t had a raise since 2001.
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