If you ever become a funeral worker, you’ll soon realize that it’s unlike any other profession. Naturally, during your time in your position, you’ll be spending a lot of time with the deceased – along with heartbroken families who are likely looking to you for guidance and reassurance. But what exactly does a funeral worker do? And how does their work – which, let’s face it, is not for everyone – actually affect them? Well, some morticians have since opened up about their jobs – and it turns out that they have some shocking secrets to share.
Of course, a funeral worker is likely to have plenty of responsibilities on the job. They may be tasked with collecting the deceased from the scene of their passing, for example. And, understandably, they often prepare a person’s body for their funeral by clothing it in appropriate attire.