Industrial bin services are a big part of the job market for truck drivers, but they’re also a big job for retail workers, as well.
And while they’re not the most expensive industry to work in, they’re still among the least desirable.
The question is: Why are so many people stuck in them?
The most common reason: The jobs don’t pay well.
The industry, for one, doesn’t offer health benefits and benefits can be tough to find.
And that’s when it gets tough to make ends meet.
“It’s hard to find people who will take the job, because they can’t afford it,” said Jennifer Kowal, the president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 1381, which represents about 500 industrial bin workers in the U.S. The average hourly wage in the industry is $10.60.
And the workers, like many others who’ve had to move from other industries, aren’t getting a raise.
Kowlak said she’s heard of a handful of people who made $15 an hour in the past few years, but it’s not the norm.
“It feels like the only way they can get a job is if they can go back to their former industry and take it over again,” she said.
Weirdest jobs on the list of the least appealing: food service industry jobs.
For a year, I have been trying to make it to my job at a local restaurant.
I’ve been going out and taking the phone orders and stuff, but I’ve always been able to get paid less than I would at my other jobs, she said, citing the food service job.
And I think that’s because my paychecks have been cut by as much as 25 percent each year.
So I was able to keep working, but at least now I have a job to support myself.
But even when I’m getting paid $7 an hour, that’s still less than $8 an hour at my old job, she added.
In addition, Kowmak said, she gets about 20 percent less than the minimum wage, which can make it difficult for her to afford rent.
And she doesn’t have health benefits either.
“It’s pretty expensive to be poor,” she added, pointing to her rent.
“I’ve never been able just to get by.
But the jobs aren’t as bad as they sound.
The jobs pay a lot, and the paychecks are nice.”
But there’s also a long list of other reasons why people choose to do these jobs.
For one, many of the jobs require some type of advanced technology.
As the U, and increasingly the world, is increasingly dependent on computers for much of their work, the more people will be able to learn and apply this kind of technology, said Steve Zalac, president of tech-focused consultancy Blue Coat.
That can help people keep their jobs.
Zalacs point to a recent survey that found a large majority of Americans agree that more education and training for their workers is important, and that the economy is moving in the right direction.
“What you are seeing is an increase in automation,” Zalanc said.
“The technology that people are using to do that is not necessarily coming from an educated workforce.”
“The jobs aren: There’s a lot of training and skill sets that are needed for them,” said Andrew Boulware, an assistant professor at the University of Missouri who specializes in robotics and artificial intelligence.
And many people, including tech workers, do it because they love the work, said Boulwick, who also teaches courses on robotics and AI.
So when the job isn’t paying well, they might want to think about other ways to earn money.
One option: Take a class online.
Some online classes are geared toward training, but some have courses that are for entry-level jobs like dishwashers, he said.
Boulwis said that many people are not aware that there are also online classes available for entry level jobs, and some may find them easier to take than the traditional classes.
And online classes also tend to pay better, he added.
For instance, Boulweris said, a $100,000 job in a restaurant can cost $250,000 online, with a 20 percent discount.
And it’s a good deal to take a course online, because it’s online, and you don’t have to be on a computer to take it, he noted.
But, he cautioned, it’s important to remember that the jobs don