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Wage Slaves

Wage Slaves is a story about union struggle when you are somebody marginalized by society.

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180 x 255 mm 200 pages B&W Soft cover
ISBN: 978-1-912278-07-7

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Wage Slaves is a story about union struggle when you are somebody marginalized by society.

Wage Slaves is a story about union struggle when you are somebody marginalized by society.
Daria moves to Sweden to reset her life. She looks for a job and starts working under the table as a waitress in one of Malmö’s many restaurants. She soon discovers that things aren’t quite as they should be. Together with a journalist and her union, she starts to investigate the employment practices at her workplace – and many things in her life change.
Wage Slaves is a story about union struggle when you are somebody marginalized by society. But also the story of a journey to a new country. Daria tries to get a new life and make new friends. She parties falls in love, works, learns the new language and starts a band.
Daria Bogdanska tells the story of the precarious generation without employment security that she herself is a part of and the underground scene in Malmö. A tale of everyday life and politics. About alienation in a new city, longing for love and justice and trying to feel at home far, far away from home. The book is based on true events.