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rot wrote

The least paid, least appreciated usually. Sanitation, maintenance, i can't remember the name but the people who help the elderly / disabled, artists. Also doctors and firefighters maybe?


Green_Mountain_Makhno wrote

I'm not sure. I think one should balance out the desire to lesson the harm of a job combined with the culture/propaganda of a job or worksite, as well as being able to support oneself and one's family, as well as the ability to support anarchist/leftist projects with either time or money (or both) should be examined.

If every one of us only does menial or custodial work then we are going to continue to struggle to gather enough resources to actually do anything. Then we're just all still stuck exactly where capital wants us to be forever.

Personally I love the small farmer suggestion, it's my goal to get there someday. In the meantime, I work in education. It's a sweet-spot for me that lets me use my skills and pays enough to support my family, and to hopefully get to contribute to my farmer goal and to the support of projects I believe in.


Pop wrote


generally care work like nurses or paramedics, I'm guessing

small farming


robottroymacclure wrote

sign twirler


TheRaddleMe wrote

The sign is probably for a private, for-profit business. To create the least harm possible, make sure you twirl as fast as possible so that nobody can read it.


BigGeorge wrote

I'd have to say Chair of Soros Fund Management LLC.


robottroymacclure wrote

your very funny. im glad we have people like you to make sure we have jokes. i couldnt come up with a joke if i tried.


365degrees wrote

I imagine being a vet is pretty good. However, they do put down the animals they take on if the owners can't afford it or the animal is very injured which is a very hard decision..