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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 »
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Report: Solar Added 50% More American Jobs than Oil and Gas Drilling and Pipeline Construction in 2014

Utilities / Energy : The Energy Collective (2 hours ago)

There's thrilling news out about job growth in the U.S. solar industry: Last year, the industry added more than 31,000 jobs, and solar jobs grew at rate of 21.8 percent, according to the new National Solar Jobs Census 2014, publishe... Read Post

Economists Report Fast Food Industry Could Absorb a $15 Minimum Wage

Pop Culture / Celebrity : Jezebel (14 hours ago)

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Do You Have an Evil Job?

US Politics / Liberal : Drudge Retort Weblog (2 years ago)

Fast food workers, casino dealers, telemarketers and bartenders have the highest share of employees who say their jobs make the world a worse place in a survey conducted by PayScale.Com. The site asked "Does your job make the world ... Read Post


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