Worst job site locations, ranked
Contracting for an environmental company involves lots of travel. Unfortunately, it's all to places that should no longer exist
- •Sarasota, FLOn the water, nice restaurants. I'll take it
- •Shelby, NCKind of boring but generally quaint, nearby wineries, close to Charlotte. NC for the win!
- •Sulphur, LASnakes, stifling humidity, dirty Cajun diners everywhere. Close-ish to Baton Rouge and Holly Beach are its perks
- •Clover, SCZero things to do. Literally 20 min from even a hotel or fast food. Only redeeming quality is its warmer weather
- •Bridgeport, OHEastern Ohio...Not much here but at least it allows me to fly into Columbus and see friends
- •North Manchester, INDefinition of the Midwest. Cornfields for days, crappy chain restaurants. Only perk is getting to fly into Cincy and see family and friends
- •Moss Point, MSZero things to do located in the second worst state in the union
- •New Stanton, PADying steel town, close to the sucky big city of Pittsburgh. Toll roads EVERYWHERE. Monocloud reigns. And Rains.
- •Danville, ILMiddle of nowhere dying Midwest town. Cold, rainy, no eats, being there feels post-apocalyptic