An unplanned installment in my series on “desert and merit,” care of Labcorp Drug Development. I applied to the job mentioned below three months ago, after spending eight months cleaning hospital operating rooms. I leave it to the reader to decide what conclusion to reach about my just deserts, based on my merits (or not) as a cleaner.
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It’s just as well, they’re clearly a front for Hydra.
My hope was to skip over the Second Labor and fast forward to the Fifth. But of course, I was hoping to be paid properly for it, the folly of all janitors.
An anonymous author at The Atlas Society on this topic:
I’m morbidly curious to know who wrote this. Because doing so would help imagine a conversation between this author and Hercules after his Fifth Labor. It’s somehow unsurprising that the same people who invoke the “Augean Stables” as an elegant literary allusion think that janitors are adequately compensated at $14 an hour.