Workplace Secrets in Honolulu

There’s the job description you put on your resume ... and then there’s the work you really do. We spoke to people in a wide range of professions—teacher, waxer, gravedigger—to find out the nitty-gritty details of what they do at work, and why.


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The Chef

who wants you to shut up and eat.
 

The City Bus Driver

who has seen everything.
 

The Gravedigger

who keeps his cemetery looking its best.

The Plastic Surgeon
 

who keeps his clients' secrets.


 

The Special Education Teacher

who says her school's administration doesn't have any idea what goes on in her classroom.

The Deputy Attorney General

who sees families at their worst.


 

The Body Waxer

who trained on her friends.
 

The State Legislator

who wants to get rid of neighborhood boards.
 

 

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