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The Most Essential People Are The Least Celebrated

Why are workers who matter most, valued less?

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The people who do the most important work are the least valued.

As I spent part of the pandemic in Asia, the people who had the most impact on my life were not in corporate offices, weren’t television stars or influencers.

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