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Dirty work is the most popular occupation for people aged between 18 and 29 in the U.S. according to a new survey.

The survey from Glassdoor.com shows that in 2017, dirty work was the most common occupation for millennials, and that’s even before the Great Recession.

This is not surprising considering that the unemployment rate for millennials is over 10 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The same survey found that dirty work accounted for almost 10 percent of all job openings in 2017.

Dirty work also has been on the rise since the recession, which has caused a spike in vacancies in the last few years.

This has pushed up wages for many workers in dirty work.

“Work is a dirty word in our country right now,” said Kristin Miller, an associate professor of social work at the University of Chicago.

“It’s getting worse every year.

We have a generation of workers that don’t have the skills to do their jobs, but they’re paid the same as a guy in a suit.”

Miller said she’s not surprised that dirty jobs are on the increase.

“I don’t think there’s a shortage of people that can do those jobs,” she said.

“If you’re a young person, it’s easier to find work that isn’t dirty than it is a guy with a suit in a lab coat.”

But not everyone thinks dirty work is going away.

“When I was a kid, dirty was considered a dirty occupation, but now it’s actually a very attractive occupation,” said Rachel Hulshof, a spokesperson for the National Federation of Independent Businesses.

“People are still choosing to do it.

It’s a very competitive occupation and there are still a lot of jobs available.”

Hulstof said she thinks the dirty work craze is a myth.

“We are definitely seeing more and more jobs that require a certain level of cleanliness,” she added.

“Some jobs require a clean coat, but there are other jobs that don.

Cleaning is really the most important aspect to dirty work.”

She said some of the jobs that are available for those that can’t get a clean job have higher wages than others.

“That’s just a myth,” she explained.

“There are still jobs that have to be done.”

A dirty job can be a part-time job or a full-time one, but that’s not the case for everyone.

“For me, I like to be part- time and not have to work full- time, because it gives me a sense of independence,” said Erin O’Brien, who works in the construction industry in Philadelphia.

O’Briens salary is $25,000, which is about 10 percent above the national median for that age group.

O.J. Smith, the founder of the nonprofit organization CleanWork, said he hopes the increase in dirty jobs will lead to a more equitable society.

“A lot of us have been told that we’re not good enough, that we don’t deserve a job,” Smith said.

Smith said his organization is hoping to encourage companies to hire more part- and full-timers to increase the diversity of their workforce.

“The more diverse your workforce is, the more you can actually improve your business and your society,” he added.