You Think Your Job Stinks!

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Apr 1, 2007 - Humor - 64 pages
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According to a recent Gallup Poll, 88% of Americans are dissatisfied with some aspect of their current vocations.

* The perfect "and you thought your job was lousy" antidote to Monday-morning blues as well as a humorous pick-me-up for recent graduates searching for that ideal first job.

Jammed copier machines, new assignments with unrealistic deadlines, duplication of efforts-if such occurrences constitute another day on the job, Patrick Regan offers solace and amusement by presenting humorous quips alongside real-world on-the-job photos of occupations like human cannonball, vermin control agent, and bulletproof vest tester.

Instead of reaching for the want ads, find perspective through more than 30 portraits of less-than-ideal occupations, including:

* Casket Maker: Forty years on the job, and not one lousy time has a customer commented on the craftsmanship and attention to detail.

* Lost Baggage Handler: Congratulations. You will forever be remembered as the lady who ruined Christmas.

*Deodorant Scent Tester: No way around it-this job is the pits.

 

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About the author (2007)

Writer Patrick Regan lives in Kansas City, Missouri, and is the author of numerous gift, trade, humor, and children's books.

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