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Submission + - I Was a Warehouse Wage Slave (motherjones.com)

demachina writes: A journalist took a job at a warehouse filling online orders where most workers are permanently temporary, working for minimum wage, no benefits with unreachable goals. Describes a new American subculture called "workampers", people living in RV's driving from one warehouse temp job to another. U.S. working conditions seem to be gaining on Foxconn's.

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