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When he says " it smells like eggs " he really means farts lol I've smelt sulphur in people's water before lmao
Let me guess, feminists are have no problem to the idea that only men dying in these places!?
What? Can I hear a story about bad patriarchy that oppressive toward women? Can wait to see modern blue hair ragging feminists fight for a chance to work in these places!!!
$17 a day in East Java is probably like $1000 a day in America. There's no reason every worker in the Sulphur mine can't afford a good gas mask, except stupidity.
Send the feminist there to work for equal pay.
So why don't you start the episode off by comparing what they make per day to wages in another country that makes a considerably larger wage given the cost of living.
And people complain about working inside of a building with a/c providing customer service.
One day I want to be rich enough to buy all of them the equipment they need to work safely.
In the Western world we have things like rock climbing for fun. In another part of the world, people climb because it’s a way of life.
It's almost comical and at the same time sad how Americans complain so much about everything when there are people hiking miles into fu*king volcanos to make $17 dollars a day smh. I'm so sick of listening to people in this country constantly show their ignorance about EVERYTHING when they talk.
All the People involved in these Jobs are not paid enough for the risks they take, but by the time the different products reach the end user the values have rocketed. The big muti-National Companies that benefit from people who are paid a pittance should be Named & Shamed.
Also titled: How big business rip workers that risk their lives off
These guys need some serious raise in their salary
Thanks to the channel sharing this content with the world.
Ahh yes Capitalism at its best.
In the production of these industries it is not the laborer that makes the most, despite doing most of the work.
It is all other secondary positions that do, such as the transporter and the salesman.
The salt they sell for 2-4$ a ton is later processed and sold for 350-500$ a ton.
Notice how all the workers are men!
Where are the women at these jobs?
People in America complain so much..your warehouse job is not that bad