"Some people are afraid that others will think they are poor, so they buy things that look expensive but useless to pack themselves. In the end, they also become people who look expensive but useless." This is a must-have phrase for Sun Qi, a young owner of a post-95s garbage dump, to give blood to the guys in the paddock of the waste recycling special database station. Boss Sun's paddock is located on the outskirts of a coastal city in the southeast. It covers an area of about 1,000 square meters. There are more than a dozen people under him. The paddock is surrounded by red bricks and scrap iron plates.
The 985 graduates made a living by picking up junk "I heard that several big companies have been laying off workers like crazy recently, and the former genuine programmers even put down their pride and joined outsourcing companies?" It is true that although Boss Sun's rubbish picking business will also be affected by the macro environment, at least the special database impact is not so big. The rusty Komatsu excavator costs 50w to buy second-hand, and the scrap iron and non-ferrous metals can be recycled to support the people in the paddock. . On March 9 this year, the news that "picking junk earns 80 billion a year" aired on Weibo, and many netizens exclaimed, "Is it too late to pick up junk now?" "I want to quit my job to pick up junk.
The 985 graduates made a living by picking up junk The hot search reflects the non-ferrous metal industry in Dazhou Town. After 40 years of development, there are more than 40,000 people engaged in scrap metal recycling business in Dazhou Town, Xuchang today. It has four industrial clusters of stainless steel, recycled aluminum, recycled copper, and special database recycled magnesium, more than 1,000 economic entities of various types, and an annual main business income of more than 80 billion yuan. In the context of the Internet, "picking junk" is often associated with stories such as grassroots counterattacks.