Let's talk about the seven bizarre occupations that have disappeared in history

By Philip Perez,2016-08-20 18:20
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Let's talk about the seven bizarre occupations that have disappeared in history

It is said that science and technology is the primary productive force, but what are the professions that have disappeared in the history of this first productivity?  Let's look at the people who have been destroyed by science and technology.

1. Telephone operator

The previous phone is not like this universal, before the phone is the need for these operators to connect one by one.

2. The Lamplighter

Now only a button can illuminate the city's street lights, but before the light is to rely on these lights to go to the streets.

3. Bowling organizer

A lot of people are willing to go bowling, but this scene is estimated that we have not encountered. Previous bowling balls were hand-made.

4. Mousetrap

Look at this outfit, we still think to be a patrolman! Once mice suffering from serious in Europe, the work also will be developed, despite the risk of disease, but for the situation at that time For example, they are an indispensable presence.

5. Artificial alarm clock

Although this set of equipment looks a bit funny, in the absence of radar at that time, is to rely on this to monitor the enemy aircraft engine sound. During the war, the device also played a very important role.

6. Factory Speaking Teacher

It's a bit like a speaker's feeling .The factory owners will hire some lecturers to make their speeches, which is a little fun in a busy job. Their salaries are also being squeezed from their employees.

7. Dig the body of the workers

The job of these people is to dig up bodies that have been buried, and to supply scientists, professors and other researchers for research.

In the science and technology is not developed what kind of eccentric work is there! Presumably, after a few decades, the future people think of some of the work now will find it incredible, but whether it is before or now, people are in their own way to do their own work, and then feed their families, and then contribute to society, dedication to the country.