Nice work if...you can get it!!!

Muskie, S.O.
March 1990
Yankee;Mar90, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p70
Discusses people who have the kinds of jobs some people would pay to get, such as flavor developer Peter Lind of Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, Waterbury, Vermont. Other great jobs and what they are.


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