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10 Reasons Why Being a Sports Producer Isn’t All Fun and Games
Being a sports producer sounds like a dream job: you get to travel from city to city, watch all the live action, and even wear a really fancy headset.
What It Takes to Be a Volunteer Firefighter
Fire is in Joe Chojnacki's blood -- his three older brothers are all firemen, and when he turned 18, he joined the fray.
10 Reasons NICU Nurses Are Absolute Heroes
Imagine caring for a newborn baby.
10 Reasons Web Developers Have It Harder Than You Think
The movies make it look so easy: type furiously on a keyboard and create code on the spot to prevent the evil hackers from, uh, doing... something?
How a Red Carpet Reporter Gets the Scoop
Brad Blanks brings Thrillist in on how he gets actors to talk... and how to get dressed while literally on the red carpet.
What It Takes to Become A Street Photographer
Adam Katz Sinding was working in a hotel when he decided to take a leap and hit the street as a fashion photographer -- and he hasn't looked back since.
How an ER Doctor Handles A Crisis
Dr. Rajneesh Gulati is the chief of service at Bellevue Hospital's department of emergency medicine and he lets us in on what the ER looked like during Hurricane Sandy.
12 Reasons Why Being a Chef Is Way Harder Than You Think
As much as chefs get put on a pedestal (ahem, Food Network), there’s more to it than TV judging stints, product endorsements, and having Bradley Cooper play you in a movie.
What Being a Working Chef Is Really Like
Vanessa Cantave, Executive Chef of yumyum in New York City, breaks down what it’s like to be working chef and working mother in one of America’s toughest industries.
Here’s How a Restaurateur Recovers From a Fire
John McDonald, Owner of Lure Fishbar in New York City, built a business that’s lasted over a decade… and it all started with a near catastrophe.
Here’s How You Turn Down $2 Million and Get Away With It
Patrick Ambron, CEO of Brandyourself.com, went on TV’s Shark Tank and had the guts to say “No” to a huge amount of money… and he couldn’t be happier.
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