Celebrating Dirty Jobs: Observing the nature of hard work

In the following video presentation, Mike Rowe, the host of “Dirty Jobs,” tells us some compelling (and horrifying) real-life job stories. Listen for his insights and observations about the nature of hard work, and how it’s been unjustifiably degraded in society today.

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14 Responses to Celebrating Dirty Jobs: Observing the nature of hard work

  1. This is a very poignant and excellent speech from Mike Rowe. He's right, there is a "War on Work", and we have created a society that shuns and mocks the very people that make the foundation of our existence. This video really gave me a good perspective that I didn't have before.

  2. This is a very poignant and excellent speech from Mike Rowe. He’s right, there is a “War on Work”, and we have created a society that shuns and mocks the very people that make the foundation of our existence. This video really gave me a good perspective that I didn’t have before.

  3. As someone who had to learn how to work very late in life, let me say how moving Rowe can be when he applies his intellect. His show is always worth watching and his opinions are worthy of consideration.

  4. As someone who had to learn how to work very late in life, let me say how moving Rowe can be when he applies his intellect. His show is always worth watching and his opinions are worthy of consideration.

    • I listen to most of them, pick the best ones and post them… I just wish I could attend in person… maybe one day, who knows…

    • I listen to most of them, pick the best ones and post them… I just wish I could attend in person… maybe one day, who knows…

  5. Thank God you are doing this for us. I find most of the TED speeches to be self-aggrandizing by talented and accomplished asshats.

  6. Thank God you are doing this for us. I find most of the TED speeches to be self-aggrandizing by talented and accomplished asshats.