AMERICANS AND THEIR JOBS GUEST: JOHN BOWE *Editor Gig: Americans Talk about Their Jobs at the Turn of the Millennium (Crown, 2000) OTHER GUESTS: TBA There's a common misconception that generally people don't like to work and would rather sit around doing nothing all day. A new book says that most people DO like to work. "Gig" chronicles hundreds of people from coast to coast talking about their jobs. Why do you do what you do?
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