So I was thinking this morning about the most respected people in the workforce. We always hear about the gratitude that people have for doctors or school teachers. No doubt, they are all deserving of the praise.

However, you rarely hear the good things about the most disrespected people in the workforce.

Sadly, some of the most disrespected now are the brave policemen and women or law enforcement agents that go to work every day to protect our societies.

The disrespect they're served practically every day shouldn't happen. Look at the criticism that our border agents get from the left.

At the top of my own disrespect list would be the politicians in Washington, they have to be the worst.

President Biden Meets With Business Leaders To Discuss Covid Response
Getty Images
loading...
Get our free mobile app

Secondly would probably be the car salesman.

Salesman and man at car dealership
Thinkstock
loading...

I think everyone has a vision of your stereotypical one that drives you nuts. In fact, if you listened to our station this week you know what I'm talking about.

Probably third on my disrespect ranking are people who work for the IRS.

Elevated View Of IRS Scam Warning Sign On Black Landline Phone
Thinkstock
loading...

I don't think anyone has had a great experience with them.

Forth and fifth would be tough to narrow down but coming in fourth would be members of the mainstream media mob that drive me absolutely crazy.

CNN Shuts Down Streaming Service CNN+ Three Weeks After Launch
Getty Images
loading...

But heck, some people throw Mark and me into that category, too. Just read what Phoebe or what's his face has to say about us.

Next at fifth would probably be most referees or umpires that do the games.

Little League World Series
Getty Images
loading...

People typically seem to have no respect for them, but really they should have some because no one else would want their job. Like the old saying: It's a dirty job but someone has to do it.

See ya Monday at 5 a.m. for more disrespect.

CHECK THEM OUT: States With the Best and Worst Commutes