20 episodes

Everyone works. Not everyone works in the same way or with the same expectations; some people don’t even collect a paycheck. But work shapes who we are, what we think, and how we view others. Created by Margaret J. Krauss and Kevin C. Brown, Still Working is a 10-episode audio documentary that profiles the experiences of western Pennsylvanians through their work. From bartenders and CEOs to dairy farmers and emergency room doctors, Still Working explores the uneven burdens, dangers, and joys that working creates.

Still Working 90.5 WESA

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    • 5.0, 20 Ratings

Everyone works. Not everyone works in the same way or with the same expectations; some people don’t even collect a paycheck. But work shapes who we are, what we think, and how we view others. Created by Margaret J. Krauss and Kevin C. Brown, Still Working is a 10-episode audio documentary that profiles the experiences of western Pennsylvanians through their work. From bartenders and CEOs to dairy farmers and emergency room doctors, Still Working explores the uneven burdens, dangers, and joys that working creates.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

CarlosGLopez ,

Answered a question I had been thinking about

Just before I heard of this podcast I found myself thinking about this exact question. A great way to get a little peak into peoples minds and daily lives.

blysell ,

Just wonderful!

This is a remarkable piece of work. Hearing working people tell their stories in their own voices about the work they do, why they do it, and what it means to them provides an insight that’s invaluable. Kudos to Margaret J. Krauss and Kevin Brown for giving outlet to these voices!

NickyRehnberg ,

Wonderfully thought-provoking

Excellent! Thoughtful work on labor that’s regional but helps us investigate, wherever we are, what work is and why we do it.

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