Jobs In America from 1955-2015

By: Mason Samuel Pinkerton

1955

Factory Worker

  • Long hard hours
  • Able to do the same task over and over
  • Knows how to operate the machines
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Mechanic

  • Needs to know the car parts
  • Not be scared of getting dirty
  • Needs to know how to work on a deadline
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Secretary

  • Can type fast and accurate
  • Organized
  • Attention to detail
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1985

Mailman

  • Needs to wake up early
  • Work long hours
  • Knows how to drive
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Lawyer

  • Law school
  • Good liar
  • Needs to think quick
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Architect

  • Bachelor in Architecture
  • Needs to have a Creative mind
  • Very hard working
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2015

Software Developer

  • Needs to know how to read and write code
  • Has to know all the current computer hardware
  • Needs to have good problem solving skills
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Private Investigator

  • Needs a degree a degree in criminal justice
  • Needs to know how to Observe
  • Makes about 21$ a hour
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Pro Athlete

  • Hard Work
  • Very In shape
  • Dedication
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1955 Interview Bobby Pinkerton, Foreman of Cement Plant

Q:What has Working taught you?

A: It taught me to be responsible because others depend on me to be

at work daily and on time. Everyone has to do his/her part so that things run efficiently.


Q:What is the hardest part about working and why?

A:The hardest part is to keep a good attitude so that I give 100 per cent work ethic when things don't always go right. Good employees produce maximum production.


Q:If you could have any job what would it be and why?

A: I would like to be a well-known fishing guide on area lakes and rivers and have a Reality T.V. Show high-lighting me doing my favorite hobby-fishing.

1985 Interview With Sam Pinkerton, Mortgage Specialist

Q: What has Working taught you?

A: Its taught me that you will be rewarded for working hard.


Q:What is the hardest part about working and why?

A: The hardest part for me would be having to be somewhere at the same time everyday.


Q:If you could have any job what would it be and why?

A: To have my own successful business so I could be my own boss and schedule my own hours.

2015 Interview With Charlene Pinkerton, Accountant

Q: What has Working taught you?

A: It has taught me to have a greater respect of authority and that hard work and perseverance pays off and leads to job satisfaction


Q:What is the hardest part about working and why?

A: Having to work long hours and being away from my family and at times it can be stressful when working with a tight deadline. Having to supervise other people can be a very difficult task.


Q:If you could have any job what would it be and why?

A:I would like to run a health and nutrition business where I could set my own hours and have flexibility.