Video: Mike Rowe on the hidden cost of compliance

Video: Mike Rowe on the hidden cost of compliance

There are a lot of dirty jobs few people want to do, but which are essential to keep society going. Mike Rowe features them in his Discovery Channel show, “Dirty Jobs.”

Another aspect of dirty jobs is that those who do them are plagued by regulations enforced by functionaries in nice, clean government offices. Rowe describes what that means in a Reason interview on “The Hidden Cost of Compliance”:

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  1. Ulysses Uhaul
    Ulysses Uhaul 17 December, 2013, 10:32

    Many producers are adapting to their economic environment.

    Recent article stated less than 40% of workers work full time.

    The grey market is thriving including sin products smuggling, immigration multifaceted corruption, mind altering crop cultivation and sophisticated distribution…..

    And moving Doomers…..Ah!

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  2. Ulysses Uhaul
    Ulysses Uhaul 17 December, 2013, 10:32

    Many producers are adapting to their economic environment.

    Recent article stated less than 40% of workers work full time.

    The grey market is thriving including sin products smuggling, immigration multifaceted corruption, mind altering crop cultivation and sophisticated distribution…..

    And moving Doomers…..Ah!

    Reply this comment

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