Adverse working conditions are not limited to long hours.recently on a professional board a position was advertised for a geologist in Africa. The last sentence was, "Must be used to equatorial climate."
No use me applying for that position. Equatorial climate? He'll, I don't even like my Nashville backyard in July.
There are other bad work conditions in my field including exposure to hazardous materials. In ore-employment physicals I had blood levels of lead tested, and asked about possible exposures to asbestos, organic solvents, etc.
Thus there are more work related issues than long hours.
Thank you for your comment - agreed, that are definitely extreme work conditions beyond long hours ranging from temperature exposure to chemicicals to safety issues. Readers, please share a story to tell about your own extreme work conditions and how the employer handled it?
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