Because there are more stories about bad jobs than there is time to share them, we’ve got MORE chances to tell your “Take This Job And Shove It” tale! REGISTER NOW for our FREE WORKSHOP at Wheelock Library in Tacoma on Saturday, October 11 from 10a-11:30a. A bad job, a cranky boss or outrageous co-workers can be the source…
Megan Sukys’ first started her radio career by working overnights in Fayetteville, NC. She had maybe 15 listeners, and her biggest fans worked at the local glue factory. But then, she joined the news coverage of Hurricane Fran and fell in love with bringing people together through talking.
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Timothy C spent seventeen years as an undercover officer tracking down human trafficking and sex crime perpetrators. Now that he’s out of the business, he looked back at an incident in New York City that shows just how much he was willing to bare to get the criminal.
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Tracie Bonjour planned to bring her children into her international outreach career – before she actually had kids. Her first son pushed her to the limit of balancing work and parenthood. Then, Tracie discovered that dealing with the job of mom meant riding the waves.
Bored with the life of a private practice physician, David Schumer volunteered to perform cervical cancer screenings in Zambia. Once he got to the understaffed, understocked and overtaxed clinic, though, he faced the limits of his skills against the vast need for health care in southern Africa.
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Cyan James grew up with a crazy love for animals, rescuing hummingbirds as a kid and going to college to be a veterinarian. Then, during college, she spent a summer working the line at a chicken processing plant in her hometown in southwest Washington.