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This book opened my mind in ways that I cant begin to describe in the space of of a review. I read it as an advanced copy 2 years before it was published, and I find that I reference it so often its hard to believe its been 10 years. I feel that this perspective on life of the minimum wage worker is not only important, its critical for those of us who employ (housekeepers) and are serviced (Walmart/wait staff) by them. Be grateful for the grace life has shown you if you are not working these jobs, but, more importantly, be realistic about how hard and thankless these jobs are...
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