Vice, “What It’s Like to Work for Less Than the Minimum Wage”

I’m conscious that I wouldn’t normally be awake for another couple of hours, but I feel grateful to have seen the online advert for this job. I start talking to a Belgian guy called Phillipe who introduces me to a few of the other workers. I get to know most of the early starters fairly well and find it relaxing and fun to be in such mixed company; one car journey sees Kieron, a part-time mechanic, asking an anarchist fregan called Doom to explain dumpster diving.

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