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From the managers perspective, it could simply be that you are a victim of your own success at the job. The manager recognizes that you are the hardest/best/most ORGANIZED worker and thusly views it as being the best way to allocate resources to have you continually put on the 90 minute jobs.
Quote from dox »If you are put on more difficult/strenuous tasks because you can do them better/faster than your peers than you deserve more money as compensation. I know it can be difficult to talk to your supervisors about this but I think it is what you should pursue if you intend on continuing to work there. I know the workplace is rarely "fair" and the argument you would have to pose would be that it is unfair that you work 50% faster yet get paid (I assume) similarly to your coworkers in unfair but I think if they value you as an employee they may be able to work something out to where you are either given a more equal workload or compensated justly for an increased workload.