Survey shows job satisfaction in the U.S

Johnson, Jim
May 2013
Waste & Recycling News;5/13/2013, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p0044
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a survey on job satisfaction in the U.S., conducted by CareerCast.com. Garbage collectors ranked 160th in the best job list in the U.S., just behind hotel managers and ahead of stationary engineers. According to the author, being a trash collector is not for everyone, and that it takes a special breed of person to find satisfaction in such job.


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