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It’s not unreasonable to expect loyalty. Particularly at your place of work. After dedicating years to the same company and proving your worth it’s understandable to expect that all your hard work and dedication will likely result in a promotion at some point. Sadly, however, this isn’t always the case. Something Redditor watashiwaikiru was sad […] More
People Explain Which Professions They Have Absolutely No Respect For
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Have you ever heard of a certain job that people call a career and thought... "PEOPLE PAY YOU FOR THAT?!?!"

All hard, honest work is good work.

And then there is just trash work.

And I don't mean garbage collection, that is honest work.

I don't know how some people live with themselves.

Redditor MrTuxedo1 wanted to discuss the careers they don't believe people should chase. They asked:

"What job do you have no respect for?"
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Night Shift Workers Share The Scariest Things They've Ever Experienced On The Job
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Working in the dark hours of the night has never been appealing to me.

Those are the club's best hours.

But also, things do go bump in the night.

And in this timeframe is when workers are most alone.

If you're having to work those hours though, try to be in a cheery place.

You know, a location with living bodies, not dead ones.

Redditor give-orange-houses wanted to hear from the people who work while we're asleep. What scares you? They asked:

"Night shift workers of reddit, what is your scariest experience while working?"
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People Break Down Which Professions Are Criminally Underpaid
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How in the "richest" country in the world, do people still make pennies on the dollar for hard, often extraordinary work?

It was exposed during the pandemic just how little some are compensated.

What happened to giving people their worth?

Something has to be done. It's a travesty.

Redditor DarlaPA wanted to discuss the careers that need a raise... ASAP! So they asked:

"Which profession is criminally underpaid?"
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People Break Down The Things Only Someone Who's Been Poor Will Understand
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When you have no money, you have no other choice than finding ways to survive.

It can be sort of like a club.

Only people who understand being poor will recognize other poor people.

There are things you learn about stretching every penny that some will never be able to comprehend.

Of course right now in the throws of this ridiculous inflation problem, pennies are useless.

But that is a different conversation.

Let's make some notes about lacking funds.

Redditor cannonstotheleftofus wanted to hear from people who have struggled with the coin. They asked:

"What’s something people don’t know unless they’ve been poor?"
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