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Low-Wage America: Working on the Beach in L.A.

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Low-Wage America: Working on the Beach in L.A.

Low-Wage America: Working on the Beach in L.A.

Low-Wage America: Working on the Beach in L.A.

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Brian Blackden rents bikes and skates at a rental shack along the beach boardwalk. Noah Adams, NPR hide caption

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Francisco Diaz cleans public bathrooms on the beach boardwalk running between Santa Monica and Venice, Calif. Noah Adams, NPR hide caption

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NPR's Noah Adams continues his exploration of the lives of low-wage workers in Los Angeles. He profiles several people who work on the beach: a parking lot attendant, a man who cleans bathrooms and a skate and bicycle rental clerk.

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