9 of Maine’s Dirtiest Jobs That Somebody Does
You have probably seen the photos and videos that went viral after a Kentucky miner didn't want to be late to his 3 year old son's first University of Kentucky basketball game, so he went straight to the game from work without showering.
So cool that it was more important to be there to see his son's excitement about his first game, than caring about his personal appearance. Since then he's been given tickets to games and other forms of recognition. Maybe he'll be Father of the Year.
I look at my hands and they are soft. Like ones that have never done a day's work. And it got me to thinking about
Dirty Jobs in Maine
In no particular order
It is not so much dirty for a fisherman or woman, but it's that smell of the bait especially.
Thanks to all the farmers in Maine who don't worry about getting dirty, and working 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Machinist or Mechanic
No matter what you're making working as a machinist or a mechanic are dirty jobs.
Firefighters do a dirty and sometimes very dangerous job.
Constuction workers and those working on the roads are doing a dirty job.
Wondering if there are still people making a living as a Chimney Sweep. And a quick search says there are.
The printing industry has changed a lot, but it sure used to be such a dirty job. No way are you ever getting all that ink off your hands everyday. Or ever.
Outhouse or Porta Potty Cleaner
No comment needed if cleaning an outhouse or a porta potty are dirty jobs.
This guy must be the homeowner just taking a peek at the duct work. The real HVAC guy he had to call likely got dirty doing the job.
Thanks for the inspiration. For the rest of his life, your son will remember that you were at his first game.