1 thought on “10 jobs qui ont disparu (et qui ne reviendront pas)”

  1. It was interesting to note all these occupations which have been fazed out by modern technology. Both of my grandfathers occupations became obsolete. One harvested ice on Lake Ramsay in Sudbury, Ontario and furnished ice for the CPR trains on their stop over before heading out west. Once refrigeration was available in the early 40s the ice on the trains was no longer needed, Then, only the local cottagers had ice boxes. My Finnish Grandfather was a blacksmith in Ashtabula, Ohio and he shod horses for the large brewery wagons until prohibition and the introduction of cars. Fortunately both were getting on in age and near retirement.

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