In a recent U.S. survey, police and firefighters were most likely to say they had the ideal job. A survey from South Korea shows Korean police officers also like their profession, but so do gangsters. The Korean Institute of Criminal Justice surveyed 109 organized crime figures from jail. The vast majority said they're somewhat or very satisfied with life in organized crime.
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