Tuesday, February 24, 2009

The World at Work

With the economy in trouble, there is a new important focus on jobs.  And no one can ignore the constant reports of jobs being cut and eliminated.  The Boston Globe has compiled a photo gallery that gives a glimpse of the world at work.  It is also a reminder of all the jobs that people do, whether big or small, they are all important.

Electric Time Clock Employee Walter Rodriguez cleans the face of an 84-inch Wegman clock at the plant of Medfield, Mass. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)
A Belarussian man works in a felt boot factory in Smilovichi, some 35 km east of Minsk. (Victor Drachev/AFP/Getty Images)
An employee works at the Ferronikeli smelting complex in Glogovac, central Kosovo.  (Reuters/Hazir Reka)
The Boeing 787 line is shown at Boeing Co.'s airplane assembly plant in Everett, Washington.  (AP Photo/ Ted S. Warren)

A laborer walks over newly-made pipes at a cement plant in Yingtan, Jiangxi province, China. (Reuters/Stringer)

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