Mike Rowe: A Transcript: Learning from Dirty Jobs


Note: My fascination with the nitty-gritty jobs done by farmers, carpenters, jobbers, shipbuilders and others, has not gone away. considering that theirs is the bedrock of society. Development is nothing without the input of hard labor. Very wrong indeed for us to insulate our progeny from doing the hard choices. After all, even the electrons in the atom are constantly whirling around in work. Very wrong to put emphasis on computers and iPods and on sedentary jobs that shorten one’s life span.With the Philippines on the cusp of industrialization. there is no way to hide under the rug the reality of dirty jobs, as they are even more crucial than the soft ones.We should gain insight into the brass tacks with the following transcript of a talk by Mike Rowe on the subject, as follows:

via Mike Rowe: A Transcript: Learning from Dirty Jobs.

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