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Rough Translation
Our expectations of work are changing. Whether you're a cubicle-dweller, side gig hustler, or blue-collar breadwinner, we're all experiencing some major changes to the idea of what a workplace should look and feel like. Can the culture of work change too? In this latest season of Rough Translation, we'll be traveling the globe to see how people are shifting their relationship to their jobs. From the mysterious man who inspired a "slacker revolution" in China to an American trans woman trucker changing the rules of the road, and from to the new codes of small talk in the...
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4.8 stars from 9,137 ratings
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The Cat Must Still Be Fed. What a strange and beautiful episode this was. I loved it; thank you.
ebraun via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 08/04/22
Excellent podcast
Really a wonderful podcast that brings incredible perspectives from around the world
Zephyrus13 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/07/22
Interesting perspectives
Thank you for this series about work. I really enjoyed the episode about Portugal’s law to disconnect, and the moving story from your local reporter. Goes to show how (recent and not so recent) history (fascism, colonialism) and patriarchy affect many aspects of our lives. We must continue to...Read full review »
EmLovesPodcasts via Apple Podcasts · Netherlands · 06/18/22
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