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  • 05.15.06

So… What Do You Do?

Friday’s New York Times article about the coffee graders who work for the New York Board of Trade was interesting for a couple of reasons. One, commodity speculation raises some fascinating questions about how prices are determined. And two, it reminded me of how much business is fueled by caffeine.

Friday’s New York Times article about the coffee graders who work for the New York Board of Trade was interesting for a couple of reasons. One, commodity speculation raises some fascinating questions about how prices are determined. And two, it reminded me of how much business is fueled by caffeine.

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That said, it also made me think about cool jobs in general. In the past Fast Company has showcased jobs we want to have — as well as undersung workplace heroes. Here are some of the better “A Day in the Life of Work” pieces:

What do you think are the most fascinating and interesting jobs?

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