This book has different chapters about different types of work, like working in Retail, working in IT, working in a non-profit.
Page 10: "We may be free to quit our jobs and find ones we like better, as the mantra goes, but in practice that freedom is constrained by our need to eat, to have someplace to sleep, to have health care."
Page 118: "If you're standing behind an automobile assembly line, it doesn't matter if you smile or frown, but your failure to emanate a pleasant mood on the sales floor can ruin your workday."
page 192: "though independent artists are freer than wage laborers, they are still embedded in a system of power hierarchies structured by capitalism."
page 322: "Work has not brought us liberation, freedom,, or even much joy."
Page 335: "What I believe, and want you to believe to, is that love is too big and beautiful and grand and messy and human a thing to be wasted on a temporary fact of life like work."