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Fast Food Workers Say They 'Make the World a Worse Place' [Jobs In Hell]

In a survey of 30,000 workers in all fields, 42.3% of fast food workers said "My job may make the world a worse place." The next most self-loathing industry was bartenders, of which only 5.8% said their jobs were evil. More ยป
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