Where do we work? We work all over the place -- in industry, businesses, schools, hospitals, restaurants, governments and at home.
We work in Illinois and in Missouri. Thousands of us cross the Mississippi River every day by bus, train and car.
In the last 150 years we have worked at places that don't exist anymore, at jobs that aren't there anymore.
We have gone from an area which produced a lot of coal, beer, steel and stoves to a place where the future is service industries, government jobs and technology.
These days, we work at jobs that weren't even imagined several years ago.
There are computer and cell phone salespeople, nail technicians and oil change specialists. There are thousands of people establishing and maintaining the networks created for these computers.
Some jobs have just shifted age brackets. For many years youngsters mowed lawns for summer money. Now adults mow lawns as groundskeepers for lawn maintenance companies.
For many, a newspaper delivery job was a part of childhood. But now, morning papers hire adults who drive on their routes to throw papers.
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