June 16th, 2011
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(CNN) – What is the worst job in the world? Just how low would you go to earn money?

During the worst of the economic crisis in Zimbabwe, it would break my heart to hear stories of teachers or doctors who were working as street cleaners or janitors in South Africa. They had made a decision to work in menial jobs away from home because these jobs paid more.

The situation has somewhat improved but many educated Zimbabweans continue to work in jobs they are overqualified for in South Africa and the United Kingdom.

They are not alone.

The higher rates of unemployment across the world, from the United States to Dubai to Harare, are forcing some educated professionals to swallow their pride and get their hands dirty.

For some, that means taking any job to get by. For others, it just means taking a pay cut or working two jobs.

For many Zimbabweans any job is a good job. At the height of the economic crisis the official employment rate in the formal economy was around 6%, according to some reports.  Most people earned money in the informal economy ­by hawking, trading or bartering.

It is no surprise, then, that when a local newspaper, Newsday, reminded readers that the post of “hangman” at Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison was still vacant it said it was inundated with queries from readers interested in the job. The previous hangman reportedly quit in 2005.

When I was in Zimbabwe recently, I read Newsday readers’ responses with interest. One said: “I read the story of a hangman’s job in your paper, please help me I really need that job. How do I apply?”

Another “desperate job seeker” wrote: “Why not take up the job? It’s just a job like any other. There is no difference even with a soldier, as I will simply be exercising my duties.”

Others asked for more details on what qualifications were needed to be a hangman.

The paper wrote that a job description for the post of Chikurubi prison hangman included, “dexterity, ability to tie a knot, hard heart and anyone prone to mercy or hesitation need not apply.”

soundoff (80 Responses)
  1. John Hamburger

    OMG ... that is so racist Robyn! A white woman showing off a noose. What's next the "N" word for the people of Zimbabwe? Give us a break CNN.

    June 16, 2011 at 11:03 pm |
  2. tt

    this is the case with most foreigners, who have left home. I see a lot of educated congolese working in south africa as security guards in parking lots looking after people's cars..etc... these are people with degrees, Lawyer, teachers etc, who have no choice but to do these jobs because they can't return home and no one will hire them.... it is sad. people in the medical profession can easily find jobs in SA, its the others who suffer more.

    June 16, 2011 at 11:29 pm |
  3. Franklin

    Hey Robyn,
    Why didnt you show your face in Lusaka, Zambia for the AGOA trade summit between Africa and the USA last week? And three days later, the same city hosted a big African mining indaba attended by the big mining boys and girls like BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, Vale etc and still no show! I am now not sure whether I should be taking your programming seriously! Seems both Inside Africa and Africa Marketplace are geared towards what happens in Rwanda, Kenya, South Africa and Zimbabwe. There are 53 soon to be 54 countries in Africa for God's sake.

    June 18, 2011 at 6:47 pm |
  4. Roelof

    The Greek minister of finance, when the country has a CCC rating. That's the worse job there is. Or president of the USA.

    June 20, 2011 at 1:41 am |
  5. Zelda

    Anything is better than working in labor camps in N. Korea.

    June 20, 2011 at 2:21 am |
  6. Andyvon

    What is Zimbabwe complaining about? Zimbabwe was the bread basket of Africa until 2002. Zimbabwe could feed itself and became wealthy by exporting food to the rest of Africa.

    Then the racist Mugabe kicked all the white farmers off their lands and replaced them with 'war veterans' who let the farms go to ruin. Do we not remember the mobs jumping around waving their sticks? Either give the white farmers their lands back or starve. The black racists in Zimbabwe deserve nothing else.

    June 20, 2011 at 3:16 am |
  7. brown

    Not to worry, the big war is coming soon. There will be plenty of work burying the dead.

    June 20, 2011 at 6:09 am |
  8. Sarah Beth

    Mr. Hamburger, If she were not a white women- would it be any less racist? The job is for a hangman. The job description includes the ability to tie a knot. You have gone completely overboard on the PC.

    June 20, 2011 at 6:11 am |
  9. Melissa

    Geez you guys are critical. I thought it was a very interesting article. And I'm just going to assumed that John Hamburger's comment was a joke...? So ridiculous.

    June 20, 2011 at 6:13 am |
  10. Da

    Robyn Curnow is the most useless, biased, racist, egostistical journalist CNN ever placed in Africa. She has no clue what she is talking about most of the time, she is reports on negative stories in Africa.

    Please CNN, please get rid of her. Please give Nkepile Mabuse more airtime....She is at least a person first then a journalist

    June 20, 2011 at 6:19 am |
  11. Steven

    Is Robyn Curnow an idot or just stupid? Someone from CNN needs to pull this "noose hanging" pic off the web. How insulting and disrespectful! The picture has nothing to do with the article! I mean really? Gosh this is just ignornance at it's best.

    June 20, 2011 at 6:28 am |
  12. us1776

    This article takes the prize for the worst article of the year.

    With so many issues to write about Africa this is the best you can do?

    A totally lame article with racist imagery?


    June 20, 2011 at 6:37 am |
  13. Lyn

    Enough with Zimbabwe, as Franklin said there are other African states as well. Every single report you have on Zimbabwe is searching for the worst most bizarre news. Do they not have hangmen elsewhere in the world??
    CNN quit this biased reporting and ridiculous headlines.Africa has so much more on the plate than this.

    June 20, 2011 at 6:38 am |
  14. Panties

    It's all Hillary Clinton's fault. Everyone knows that.

    June 20, 2011 at 6:41 am |
  15. Justin

    I can sympathize with educated workers having to take menial jobs, but it's not just happening in foreign countries. I have a bachelor of science degree in biochemistry from a respected state university. I earn my money working in home remodeling. I can earn more money installing a tile floor in some real-estate agent's house than I can earn doing cancer research.

    June 20, 2011 at 6:44 am |
  16. Kev

    Zimbabwe destroyed it's own economy by taking all the land from White farmers and giving it to Black farmers. They went from the breadbasket of Africa to a country that could not feed itself with hyper-inflation. You reap what you so, no sympathy here.

    June 20, 2011 at 6:49 am |
  17. TexCal

    I think this is an indication that companies, governments, institutions, individuals etc.around the world are not giving opprotunities to do great things. Under-employment is the saddest thing I have ever seen. Now is a time when we as a World civilization could continue making major leaps in every aspect. So sad that the greed and short sightedness have lead to laziness and low expectations of all. A large segment of our society is heading back into the dark ages. It doesn't have to be this way. Money is the root of it all. So, so sad. I'm just frustrated and wish there were little blips of positivity every now and then.

    June 20, 2011 at 6:49 am |

    AFRICA is the richest Continent on the Planet, but the poorest one. I do not need to explain to you why...just think about the past because you are living it in the present.

    June 20, 2011 at 6:58 am |
  19. ScepticOptic

    Why would this be the world's worst job? It's just a job it must be done. At least they have the death penalty.

    June 20, 2011 at 7:07 am |
  20. Michael Siever (Austin, TX)

    @John Hamburger Has anyone ever told you the idiom/expression: "Everything appears yellow to the jaundiced eye"? Passive racism much?

    June 20, 2011 at 7:10 am |
  21. Badchecker

    John Hamburger is making a controversy over nothing at best and most likely a troll at worst. Did you even read the article? The picture is related. Please stop. Just stop - whatever your true motivation was, it's just terrible.

    June 20, 2011 at 7:14 am |
  22. brian

    Good Lord, it sounds like the authorities in that country really are in desperate need to hear the Word of Jesus.

    June 20, 2011 at 7:16 am |
  23. jesse

    Wow... that's some dire straits for a hangman position to be so sought after. This world looks more and more grim every day.

    June 20, 2011 at 7:30 am |
  24. MargaretG

    Franklin, yes, maybe she could focus more on all of the rapes and cannibalism in Zaire. that is much better than a hangman story. or Somalia? the janjuweed? or the forcible female circumcision? or the alarming HIV rates in Lesotho? i mean there are so many options, I don't know how one would choose a story when considering that continent? i mean to find civil unrest, one just needs to close one's eyes and point.
    i thought it was interesting. Africa always has something unusual to offer in the way of news.

    June 20, 2011 at 7:30 am |
  25. TransWarpDrive

    How is this story racist?? Ms. Curnow isn't advocating the lynching of ANYONE, black OR white. She's merely reporting the facts in a bizarre tale of a rush of applicants for the job of executioner in a prison that just happens to be in Zimbabwe. She's just pointing out the irony of people so desperate for work that they're willing to take on a job that any rational human being would think twice before applying for.

    June 20, 2011 at 7:50 am |
  26. rw

    @John How is that racist? The story is about the worst job, a hangman! The tool of that trade is a noose, stop crying racism and you might get something out of the story.

    As for folks doing menial jobs to survive, what's wrong with that? If you have to sweep streets to make ends meet then good on ya for not taking welfare.

    June 20, 2011 at 7:52 am |
  27. nepawoods

    So what's the answer? What's the worst job in the world? Do I take it the author doesn't think highly of hangman?

    June 20, 2011 at 8:20 am |
  28. Nyancat

    Sadly, I think security guards here in the US make about as much or more than teachers do....

    June 20, 2011 at 8:35 am |
  29. TC

    I really hope the racist comment is a joke. As far as I am aware, a noose could be used to hang a caucasian person just as well as it could be used to hang a person of any other race.

    June 20, 2011 at 8:39 am |
  30. me

    This author needs to get a grip on reality. It breaks her heart to see former teachers working "menial" jobs? Gee, how offensive to the people who normally work those jobs but aren't educated. Are they less important or something? Furthermore, when times are tough, people should be grateful for any job. I earned a Masters with a 4.0 GPA and spent over a year being unemployed despite having an extensive job history and sending out thousands of resumes. When I finally found a job for below average wages, I was delighted that I simply had a job! Instead of feeling sorry for people who have to take "lesser" jobs, I applaud them for working instead of sitting around whining that they can't find a job that is "good enough." I know a well-educated engineer who was laid off from his six figure job and has spent the last two years turning down every potential job because he thinks he is too good to work for less. Personally, I think that is stupid.

    June 20, 2011 at 8:52 am |
  31. Karl

    LOL, so big companies are making money from the raw materials that go to support 1% of the population... Go figure.... Go Africa.

    June 20, 2011 at 8:53 am |
  32. Steve

    Really....it's a story people. Why must everyone read racisim into everything. Just read the story and take it for what it is. You people make it racist.....not the reporter.

    June 20, 2011 at 9:04 am |
  33. Steve Bishop

    Where do I sign up? Do I get paid extra for knowing how to tie a hang mans noose. ?

    June 20, 2011 at 9:15 am |
  34. Dan

    The 3 below are idiots....I'd take that job in a heartbeat....

    June 20, 2011 at 9:33 am |
  35. Katie

    Unemployment rate at 6%?? Ours is more than double that. NEXT!!!!

    June 20, 2011 at 10:06 am |
  36. namethename

    Franklin, your comment make no sense unless you explain what are you trying to say.
    For example, that is what I would say to you using your logic:
    Hey, Franklin why didn't you show your face in Los Angeles last week during the computer expo? I waited for you in Boston yesterday but you were no-show! And by the way instead of 50 States we might have 51 soon with Puerto Rico joining the Union!
    Does this make sense to you?

    June 20, 2011 at 10:18 am |
  37. TampaMel

    The death penalty is barbaric and should be stopped worldwide. If the UN wants to do something meaningful then a UN resolution should be issued calling on all countries to eliminate all sentencing that causes physical harm to the person sentenced (this includes, among others lashing and stoning). If humans have moved forward in our thinking then this resolution should be obvious or do we remain barbarians?

    June 20, 2011 at 10:34 am |
  38. getoffofitforonce

    there is nothign racist about this. reporting and information. a short article. bringing attention to a matter of a country struggling with ecomonic development. why does everyone over anaylize everything. is there anythign in there that is racist about reporting about people inquiring about a hangmans job? No!. a picture of a noose, and your going to say that is racist, thing about all the white people that were hanged by a noose too?? or dont you know your history! quit whining, and playing the race card constantly. seems like that is the only thing to hang onto now a days instead of just standing up and realizing that things are more of a level playing field now and some get left behind because others are qualified. this article was short, to the point and fair. it breaks my heart everyday to see less qualified people take other jobs from people who are better, smarter and more educated just because of a.a. and breaks my heart that business's have to dumb down there entrance exams, psychological exams, skill set tests to accomodate less edcuated people. if you want it bad enough you will take pride in yourself and get the skills you need. so yeah, it breaks my heart to that a county is struggling and their educated professionals have no choice in the matter but to take less menial jobs at this point of the countrys development to support their families, because they are doing what needs to be done to survive and they are whining over a picture! thats the difference between an educated person and a ignorant one.

    June 20, 2011 at 10:44 am |
  39. MACT

    There is nothing demeaning about doing a manual job, regardless of educational level. What is truly demeaning is doing a job that violates your own ethical principles because it is high paying.

    June 20, 2011 at 10:57 am |
  40. CarmenSo

    I don't think i could do that job. There would be a hanging back log :(

    June 20, 2011 at 11:33 am |
  41. Chris

    KATIE: The EMployment rate was at 6%, not the UNemployment rate.

    June 20, 2011 at 11:38 am |
  42. Trav

    OMG!!! You said cotton candy! You must be racist! Holy crap some people are stupid sensitive about too much. The Iraqis hung Saddam with a noose! They hate black people!! And don't you dare use a yellow crayon! That was made from real Asian people.

    June 20, 2011 at 12:01 pm |
  43. las

    see what you've done wall street?

    June 20, 2011 at 12:04 pm |
  44. Greg

    Why is street cleaning or being a janitor such a "menial job" or such a terrible thing for a teacher to do??? Attitudes like yours are ignorant and elitest. There is nothing wrong with an honest days work no matter what the field. You would likely be the first to cry when your office trash can isn't emptied on time.

    June 20, 2011 at 12:08 pm |
  45. God

    You're all going to die.

    June 20, 2011 at 12:20 pm |
  46. NotSoSnooty

    " . . . forcing some educated professionals to swallow their pride and get their hands dirty." One can take every bit as much pride in job that gets your hands dirty as one that doesn't. An honest day's work is an honest day's work, period. Unfortunately, an honest day's pay is becoming more and more rare.

    June 20, 2011 at 12:27 pm |
  47. JenS

    Educated workers having to take menial jobs, I can sympathize with that. But it isn't just happening in foreign countries. I have a bachelor of science in early childhood/ elementary education and am working retail. No it isn't taking someone’s life, but it is the same situation here. I have never understood why so many Americans are worried about what is going on everywhere else in the world and not here. We have unemployed, overqualified people working menial jobs, we have homeless; we have poor starving children here. The focus always seems to be on how we can help other countries. How can we help everyone else when we can't help ourselves?

    June 20, 2011 at 12:28 pm |
  48. Johnny B. Goode

    The problem is that people have to take jobs that pay minimum wage or below to try and make ends meet. Manual labor is fine and it used to pay well in the U.S., but now the only jobs available for high school graduates are work in a pizza parlor or the graveyard shift at the 7-11. And for college graduates it's not much better. We need to start producing goods again in the US, which results in jobs that pay the bills.

    June 20, 2011 at 12:32 pm |
  49. Johnny B. Goode

    ...oop, I forgot! Jobs that pay well in the US means the upper 1% won't be able to buy that 3rd yacht or 4th mansion. Better to have cheap labor overseas make everything and produce nothing in the US. My mistake.

    June 20, 2011 at 12:34 pm |
  50. JenS

    Greg- I am guessing from your post that you have never been in this position before. No, being a janitor or street cleaner isn't a terrible job for a teacher to do. But when you have worked hard in college for 4 years and have racked up thousands of dollars in debt to go in to a career that you know you will love and can't wait to start to have no hope in getting started in that career. To substitute in schools where there are teachers that have been teaching for 40+ years, who don't smile and are not enjoying themselves and know that you could bring new life to that position but can't because there aren't any positions available. So Greg- being a janitor or street cleaner isn't a terrible job in itself, having to take that job when you are a teacher is terrible.

    June 20, 2011 at 12:41 pm |
  51. SLP

    Political correctness has gotten absolutely ridiculous in this country.

    June 20, 2011 at 12:42 pm |
  52. Gedwards

    I was thinking that it was nice to read an article, with an accompanying picture of a noose, that I doubted people could even remotely turn into a race issue. But people are either more creative than I give them credit for, or there are more people who think only in terms of race than I ever imagined.

    I wonder if appliance companies can advertise their ovens in Germany without people creating a controversy.

    June 20, 2011 at 12:51 pm |
  53. Anthrogirl

    In fact there is no difference between the hangman job in Zimbabwe and the people who administer lethal injections here in the united states. The only difference it that USA may use a fancy and less obvious title for the job, but at the end of the day, they are both there to deliver death to someone on death row.

    June 20, 2011 at 12:54 pm |
  54. John

    It's amazing how this article brings out the ignorance of the readers. In case you all missed the first line: "What is the worst job in the world? Just how low would you go to earn money?" This article is about the effect on the educated in Zimbabwe of their faltering economy and the need for employment. As stated, the job of "hangman" has gone unfilled since 2005. Seems to me that it this job probably comes very close to being the "worst job in the world". If people would only read what is written before forming an opinion based on emotions of a picture.

    June 20, 2011 at 1:00 pm |
  55. trixen

    Well, something tells me my last comment won't be approved because it contains language which some may perceive to be offensive (even though it's in the Bible, which I perceive to be offensive).

    Anyhow, here's a brief "clean" version: "Sounds good to me. It's probably better than the job I already have. String 'em up!" :)

    June 20, 2011 at 1:02 pm |
  56. Stu

    Yeah a lot of people seem to be unwilling to do basic jobs.

    June 20, 2011 at 1:15 pm |
  57. BluntForce

    John Hamburger – Why pass up any opportunity to play the race card. Do you make a racial issue out of everything?

    June 20, 2011 at 1:17 pm |
  58. Conrad Shull

    Referring to the situation in Zimbabwe as an "economic crisis" is like calling a brain hemorrhage a headache.

    June 20, 2011 at 1:20 pm |
  59. BluntForce

    John is being sarcastic and alluding to reverse racism which tends to be an ever increasing trend. More backlash against blacks for complaining about racism by trivializing any complaints against whites. The way I see it blacks and whites whine about each other in equal amounts so I have chosen not to listen to either.

    June 20, 2011 at 1:24 pm |
  60. Teacher

    Why go all the way to Africa for stories like this. I live in the US and I was a high school teacher for 7 years. After being laid off 3x in the last 3 yrs, I am now a property manager. I have a masters degree in education and I scrub toilets and collect rent for only $800 a month.

    June 20, 2011 at 1:33 pm |
  61. Mitch

    Wouldn't one think that selling your body, for sex, would be the worst job in the world? Oh well

    June 20, 2011 at 1:34 pm |
  62. Mike B

    Albert Pierrepoint made a fortune as a hangman. It enabled him to buy his own tavern AND he was hailed as a hero. For a little bit, at least. He often said, I leave Albert outside when I walk in that room.

    June 20, 2011 at 1:42 pm |
  63. legg

    What about jobs in the U.S. who cares about overseas when there's millions of Americans strugguling to get by. We should cut off all foreign aid untill we get our U.S. citzens taken care of. And don't let me get started about our education system, elementary teachers allowed $80.00 to buy supplies for the school year, cutting music, art, P.E. lets focus on our citizens and our problems in first.

    June 20, 2011 at 1:52 pm |
  64. aerospace box unpacker

    Reporters have jobs. They think they have to go to Zimbabwe to find professionals who have to do menial labor in order to eat. I have a masters degree in aerospace science, a bachelor or science in aeronautical and astronautical engineering and 15 years experience as an excellent aerospace engineer. I can't get past the wall of 19 to 22 year-old females companies staff their HR departments with. As soon as an HR manager begins to understand what "family" is and responsibility, they are ripped out of the office and replaced with another 19-year old mocha latte sipper. So I sold shoes until the company owner was going to have to pay health insurance, and work part-time jobs as they can be found stocking shelves or ringing up items for not enough money to live. Some people are getting a lot out of this economy: divorce and bankruptcy lawyers, storage facility owners, politicians, and obtuse news reporters. The up side is that I could be a health consultant. I walked to work 36 miles in the past 6 days, biked another 23, and my wastline has dropped from 36 to 32 inches in the past 6 months.

    June 20, 2011 at 2:12 pm |
  65. Tatenda F.

    Hey Robyn, I'm a fan of your work and journalism. But this article is poorly written and irrelevant. Instead of painting positive things from Africa and especially, Zimbabwe, considering where they were in the last 3 years, in the past few posts you have been overly critical and harsh on Zimbabwe. This is Marketplace Africa, it doesn't help to only paint negative views without any positives, supposedly when this is Africa's time. You're not help Zimbabwe's cause or Africa's image with such poor topics. Please step your efforts up.

    June 20, 2011 at 5:57 pm |
  66. AleX

    Nice clean job. I want it.

    June 20, 2011 at 8:33 pm |
  67. Snerdguy

    Those people who are so quick as to condemn the death penalty in Zimbabwe would be wise to step back and look at the whole picture. In Zimbabwe being imprisoned is a living death. I agree that the county is poor and starving partly due to their racism. Their government is also broke and their horrible, dirty, starving, overcrowded prisons makes the worst facility in the United States look like Club Med. A quick death by a proper hanging would certainly be an improvement over suffering a long slow demise in their facilities. Those who are truly concerned would be asking that the hangings be done in the most humane manner possible to minimize further suffering.

    June 21, 2011 at 1:19 am |
  68. Tania M

    I would like to ask you why you havent written about the hangmen in singapore, malaysia or any of those other countries which have that as a death sentence, at the end of the day its an occupation and someones going to do it. secondly with all this rubbish you write about zimbabwe do you really think we have any space to attract foreign investors to or people to help us improve our economic situation, for a change try writing about the good things that are happening is Zimababwe for a change its being years after all those white farmers where kicked of the farms so the the question is SO WHAT?? if it had been a bunch of black farmers kicked of the farms in Zimbabwe no one would have been writing blogs or reporting about it, we are just taking back what was ours the land which you took from the black people, the british are the ones who colonized us you dont see us black zimbabweans claiming land in britain because it never doesnt belong to us so don't be bitter white people about the farm thing cause it wasnt your land to begin with.You would not know what it was like to be a black Zimbabwean in Zimabwe before our president kicked white people off the farms, atleast now white people acknowledge us before you would walk into a coffee shop and leave because you would have marked your territory that its was for white people, now that thats happened i can happily walk into any cafe i want ,and thats what South Africa is like the white people still run it and do not give recognition of its independance, why don't you try being black for a day in Africa then write an article.All we want is equality and our INDEPENDANCE not a puppet president who sides with the white people and have the people of the country have no say.

    June 22, 2011 at 9:41 am |
  69. Jaques

    lowest job in the world is to work for NBC or NPR.

    June 23, 2011 at 5:30 am |
  70. Franklin

    NametheName; I am quite sure you are an American and I bet you've no clue as to what I am talking about. In the most unlikely event that you have a passport; please get out of the States; come to Europe or go to Africa and watch CNN International. Try to watch two Africa-focused programs i.e Inside Africa and MarketplaceAfrica and you will understand what I am talking about. And my advice to the other whinging Americans is You Are On the Wrong CNN website ( CNN International). Click on CNN USA and you will get the stories you are looking for!

    June 24, 2011 at 8:37 pm |
  71. Pensador

    How Ironic that CNN speaks about Zimbabwe in this manner while int Georgia, where CNN headquarters are, in Texas and many other states they still have officers of the law pushing buttons to inject criminals... Whether a hanging, electrification, or injection... Death is death. I suggest CNN also writes a story of how the "Hangmen, injectors and electrcutors apply for their jobs in Atlanta. Look in the mirror before judging others.

    June 26, 2011 at 2:33 am |
  72. Joe

    I thought the worst job in the world was "Assistant Crack Ho." (SNL)

    June 27, 2011 at 11:56 am |
  73. Texman1234

    I don't see the problem with African Hangmen. Someone has to do it.

    June 27, 2011 at 8:56 pm |
  74. CAL USA

    I've had the worst job in the world during my misspent youth, and it is now unfortunately held by countless thousands of our countrymen. It is called "wartime infantry soldier".

    June 27, 2011 at 11:36 pm |
  75. Marie

    A noose? Really? Some "journalist"...I guess the next time I see her name next to ANY article I'll look the other way...Ignorance at it's best!

    June 28, 2011 at 6:18 pm |
  76. Thomas

    Oh please, racist. It's only racist if YOU make it racist! I think it's pretty clever.

    Grow up. It's 2011.

    July 14, 2011 at 10:40 pm |
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