Stop complaining about your job............
It's safe to assume that none of us wants to be an orangutan-pee collector.
But the task exists, as we're informed by November Popular Science's, "Worst Jobs in Science."
The third annual tale of generally painful, tedious and downright smelly duties opens with a look at Cheryl Knott, a Harvard University pioneer in "noninvasive monitoring of steroids through urine samples."
She's labored mostly in Indonesia, with the aim of understanding ape reproduction through analysis of estrogen and progesterone levels, prompting her focus on urine collection.Knott has got competition for the magazine's list.