Shepherd boy; nettle harvester; reddleman; thresher; sedge cutter; sin eater; pole man.
Liar; underdog; midshipman; flying man; lighthouse builder and keeper; stoker and trimmer.
Bridge builder; legger; soap boiler; glass blower; bone cleaner; child hurrier.
Lance maker; armourer, falconer; fireworker; food taster; whipping boy; laundry woman; royal messenger.
Water caddy; fireman; deal porter; pure collector; pugger; fighting woman; link boy; fur sweater; asphalt paviour.
Railroad engine and ash-pan cleaner; navvy; dibbler; herring caller; stone collector; chimney sweep; rat catcher; label sticker; cigar collector; bone grabber; dustman; tosher; mud lark; stone breaker; oakum picker; tanner.
Tony takes on the role of Mule Scavenger, Castrato, the Navy and Resurrection Man.
The plague supplied horrible employment opportunities such as 'seeker of the dead,' and 'cat and dog killers.'
Tony exposes the nastier side of Merrie England as a groom of the stool, woad dryer, spit boys, gong sources and pinners.
Tony tries to find some rubbish careers that propped up the Age of Chivalry.
Tony tries his hand as a Guillemot egg hunter, a bog iron hunter and a viking warrior.