Worst Kalamazoo Jobs To Have on a 90 Degree Day
When the dog days of Summer hit, you don't want to be working these jobs.
Sure, camp counselor is a fun Summer job but there's probably no air conditioning and lots of sweaty kids.
Again, no air conditioning, just that one big door to slide open and let the heat in. Walking on foot can't be much better.
The view is wonderful but you are also closer to the sun.
It's got to be hot back there in the kitchen, especially if you are standing in front of the pizza ovens at Erbelli's.
Although the overhead doors are open almost always this time of year, it's got to be hot (and dirty) working under the cars at Tuffy or in the pit at Uncle Ed's.
Being on the line at a place like Stryker has got to wear you down on a 90 degree day.
If you are Porter for the Kalamazoo Growlers, WMU's Buster Bronco or the Detroit Tigers' Paws, you are suffering wearing that hot costume and the giant bobblehead.
The crews building all those mansions on Gull Lake probably wish they could jump in it on 90 degree days.
MDoT crews on I-94 and 131 not only have to stand in the hot sun all day, that asphalt they are laying down is heated to 270-325 degrees.
These guys sweat it out all day long on a hot roof wrangling shingles that are melting from the heat. No wonder you'll find many of them enjoying an ice cold beer by 3 o'clock.