The Atlantic has published a fascinating set of interviews with 100 American workers who talk about their jobs. They include business owners, artists, politicians, military, service workers you see every day, and occupations you've never heard of. They include a woman who works 65 hours a week at two jobs to make ends meet, a teacher and rap artist who combined the two to become a children's songwriter, a tattoo artist who started work when tattooing was still illegal in her state, and a guy who climbs up on wind turbines. The interviewees are listed in this index. -via Digg
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