The most (and least) common jobs in America
A fifth of all employment in the U.S. falls into just 10 job categories. On the other side of the spectrum are the least common jobs, some of which you may have never heard of before.
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America is screwed if all we have to offer is a job as a cashier or a retail salesperson.
And quite soon you won't even be considered for those positions if you don't speak Spanish. Thats already happening in states like CA or OR.
I believe anyone involved in the dental industry gets paid that much. Why?! Whenever I have to go to the dentist I think "what kind of home or vacation am I helping to finance?!"
My attitude: Those perfect white teeth won't do me any good when I'm 70+ years old so thanks but no thanks. Just the basic please.
Finding out root canals don't always work? Yank the damn thing. Dentists HATE doing that because it's so much $$ lost!
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A basic income policy can actually ensure a decent standard of living for everyone.
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