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Does your job make the world a worse place?

Jobs That Make the World a Worse Place

By Blake Ellis | CNNMoney.com – Thu, Oct 18, 2012 4:30 PM EDT

Fast food workers. Telemarketers. Bartenders. These professions have the highest share of employees who say their jobs make the world a worse place, according to a survey by PayScale.com.

Fast food worker - Workers who say their job makes the world a worse place: 38.4%

Many fast food workers aren't feeling so good about handing you those greasy burgers and fries. In a survey conducted by PayScale that asked employees, 'Does your job make the world a better place?," 38.4% of fast food workers said their job was actually making the world a worse place.

That's the highest percentage for any of the jobs included in the survey and is well above the average of less than 1% across all jobs.

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Payday Loan on Title

Payday Loan on Title financiers didn't make the list?
What could be worse (or more ignorant for someone to agree to) to put a lien on a car or title for some quick cash.

Southern Agrarian

My life sucks because of my job.

So.. It makes my world a worse place.
And I'll probably be stuck doing what I don't want to do for the rest of my life.
Great, now I'm depressed.

Bartenders?

I'd say they make the world a better place.

The Diamond Dog is a real cool cat. | Reporting on the world from an altitude of 420.

I don't think so.....

I am a custom upholsterer, and the fabric I use is made in the USA. I work only part time, but I have happy customers, because everyone loves to have their stuff improved. It is a good job for me, working at home, good pay, and pleasant people to deal with.

Haha yah I flip cheeseburgers

Haha yah I flip cheeseburgers at McDonald's

I like a cheeseburger and chocolate shake

sometimes, so don't feel bad about that.