Labor is what makes the world go 'round. Behind every corn on the cob we eat and every clean room we walk into, there's a person's work, and oftentimes, that work isn't always so pleasant. In a Reddit thread, people vented about the worst jobs they've ever had, experiences that range from the simply boring to the brutally dehumanizing.
Waiting tables at a retirement home, a combination of entitled old people and a coworker who constantly took over the task you were doing, and then complained that they had to do everything.
The day after I quit she asked me to cover a shift for her, telling her to F-off was an amazing feeling.-irrelevantsafety
Hotel housekeeping. If it comes out of the human body, I've cleaned it up. I started in a by-the-hour motel when I was 14, owned by a woman who didn't bother with hazardous waste procedure and cleaned up what looked like a murder scene with nothing but bleach and kitchen gloves.