What is the most under appreciated job in society? by QuestionGuy September 29, 2022, 11:28 pm What is the most under appreciated job in society? What do you think? 1 Point Upvote Downvote appreciatedAskAskMejobQuestion and Answersociety See more Previous article How did Medieval Muslim Merchants think about Race and Slavery? 900-1450 CE 25 Comments Leave a Reply Garbage man. Society would crumble without them. Log in to Reply Janitorial staff. I work in creative which usually means a lot of small staffs but for 6 months I’m working for an org that employs thousands and I work at the so called “Mothership,” and our head of janitorial is the nicest, sweetest guy and has passions like photography that we share war stories over/compare notes/ideas, etc. Jamie is the fucking man. Log in to Reply Bin Man. Log in to Reply Water workers Log in to Reply The people who fix your toilets. Log in to Reply Police Officers. Not a popular opinion, but if cops didn’t exist I would be sitting in your living room right now because it would be mine now. Log in to Reply Teachers and nurses especially in Ontario. Log in to Reply Janitors Log in to Reply Gotta be teachers. Such a vital job and yet they’re seemingly all underpaid, underfunded, and overworked. If they point this out, a certain segment of society will immediately demonize them. Log in to Reply I.T. Everyone hates us, but y’all literally wouldn’t be able to do your jobs without us. Exception: My current workplace. They like us here. Log in to Reply software developers; they build the tools that help run the world, from traffic technology, payroll, phones, consumer electronics and personal computers, water treatment systems, financial systems, etc., and you never hear their names. Log in to Reply I’d say loggers. One of the most dangerous professions in the world, but society would crumble pretty fast without them. Often they are pretty unfairly given a reputation for being either unintelligent, shady, or both. Log in to Reply The people who keep traffic lights in working order. Log in to Reply Road workers, especially in really hot or really cold climates Log in to Reply Anyone who works in a morgue or funeral home. Log in to Reply Auto Mechanics, they have to understand some of the most complex systems on the planet and people think they are thieves. It is the only profession I can think of that people feel the need to use the word honest in front of the name of the profession. Ie he is an honest mechanic. If it wasn’t assumed they were dishonest there would be no reason to use that phrase. Log in to Reply One who doesn’t pay well. Log in to Reply Amazon warehouse worker. 🤣 We work hard to get you the things you order. Log in to Reply Baristas.I mean I’m not a coffee addict but coffee addicts will go crazy without it. Log in to Reply Teaching Log in to Reply CEO – those poor bastards /S eat the rich Log in to Reply Waste management Log in to Reply It is unequivocally social workers in the US. They deal with the very worst situations, they are hated by anyone they have to deal with because they have to advocate for people who cannot advocate for themselves. They are not treated well by other people (like judges or police officers). They have unreasonable case loads. They make almost no money, often so little that they themselves qualify for things like foodstamps. Log in to Reply Plumber Log in to Reply outside of the USA, medics Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.