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Dirty Job? Oh Yeah!

“You couldn’t pay me to do that job!” Have you ever said that? Some occupations are so unpleasant that most people would never be WISHING / WILLING / WANTING / DESIRING to do them.

Jeff Biggs has a job like that, but he likes it. He’s the kind of guy who, as a kid, loved to play around in mud after a rainstorm, the kind of kid who loved squeezing oatmeal AROUND / IN / OVER / THROUGH his fingers.

Bigg’s dirty job is being a sewer inspector. He inspects city sewer pipes that carry household wastewater and storm-drain runoff to water treatment plants.

“Believe me,” says Biggs, “unpleasant doesn’t come CLOSE / NEAR / NEXT / NEARLY to describing it. I creep, sometimes swim, through sewage all day.” BESIDES / IN ADDITION / EXCEPT / MOREOVER to the unpleasant smells that he encounters, sewer tunnels are RESIDENCE / HOUSE / HOME / PLACE to creatures such as cockroaches and rats. And those creatures aren’t shy.

What is it like to do a really disgusting job day after day? “Someone has to do it,” says Biggs. “I seriously can’t imagine sitting in an office all day, and I earn a good salary. At the end of my workday, I’ve ACCOMPLISHED / ENDEAVOURED / COMPILED / ACCEPTED something, and I’ve helped to keep our city’s water clean and drinkable.”

And after work? “I don’t walk into the house right THROUGH / NOW / AWAY / BACK explains

Biggs. “We installed the washing machine in the garage and put a shower stall in there too. I toss my clothes into the washer, take a shower, and dress in clean clothes. Then I greet my family. Of course, sometimes the clothes go into the trash, not the washer.”

Dirty Job? Oh Yeah!

“You couldn’t pay me to do that job!” Have you ever said that? Some occupations are so unpleasant that most people would never be WILLING to do them.

Jeff Biggs has a job like that, but he likes it. He’s the kind of guy who, as a kid, loved to play around in mud after a rainstorm, the kind of kid who loved squeezing oatmeal THROUGH his fingers.

Bigg’s dirty job is being a sewer inspector. He inspects city sewer pipes that carry household wastewater and storm-drain runoff to water treatment plants.

“Believe me,” says Biggs, “unpleasant doesn’t come CLOSE to describing it. I creep, sometimes swim, through sewage all day.” IN ADDITION to the unpleasant smells that he encounters, sewer tunnels are HOME to creatures such as cockroaches and rats. And those creatures aren’t shy.

What is it like to do a really disgusting job day after day? “Someone has to do it,” says Biggs. “I seriously can’t imagine sitting in an office all day, and I earn a good salary. At the end of my workday, I’ve ACCOMPLISHED something, and I’ve helped to keep our city’s water clean and drinkable.”

And after work? “I don’t walk into the house right AWAY explains

Biggs. “We installed the washing machine in the garage and put a shower stall in there too. I toss my clothes into the washer, take a shower, and dress in clean clothes. Then I greet my family. Of course, sometimes the clothes go into the trash, not the washer.”