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Maintenance and grounds workers
How would you like to be called on only when something goes wrong? That’s essentially what maintenance people deal with each day.
They also have to work odd hours, seasonal or varied schedules, and frequent night shifts. They are often paid little for a tough job that can include cleaning up other people’s messes.
“There is also higher turnover. In terms of co-workers, they are often isolated, and it can be dangerous work,” Willard says.
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