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Gig : Americans Talk About Their Jobs
Gig Americans Talk About Their Jobs
Author: John Bowe (Editor), Marisa Bowe (Editor), Sabin Streeter (Editor)
More than 150 people in common and unusual occupations talk about their lives and work in the new economy, encompassing the human experience from a labor-support doula to a funeral home director. — For the last several years, the editors of Word, the pioneering Web magazine, have been sending interviewers—nearly forty in all—across Am...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780609807071
ISBN-10: 0609807072
Publication Date: 8/21/2001
Pages: 688
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Publisher: Three Rivers Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Extremely interesting portrayal of different types of jobs (some you consider normal and some otherwise). I've read this book a few times over the years as I found it fascinating!
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