It is the one job he hates most at home, and it is ironic that this very job is what teaches him a valuable life lesson.
His manager made him do that job every day until he stopped complaining and he finally did.
The irony of the fact that Daniel's first position in the new job is the dishwashing station lies in the fact that we have previously learned this is the job that he hates the most when he has to do it at home. The outcome is ironic because it is contrary to the outcome that most people would expect. However, the irony is highlighted by the fact that it is also this job which teaches him a lesson on humility and perseverance.
brutus overlooks that the majority of the crowd served julius caesar the military general. he appeals to their citizenship as romans by calling them first by that name in his salutation: "romans, countrymen, lovers." mark antony, however, speaks in terms understood by the military, by calling them first by, "friends, romans, countrymen." he recalls not only caesar the general but caesar the friend, whose body they see covered with stab wounds.