1. Deep Sea Tuna Fisher
Fishing is a hard life! And Nat Geo Channel’s new show, Wicked Tuna, documents the most skilled fishermen for 10 weeks while they set out in the frigid waters of the North Atlantic in hopes of catching the valuable Bluefin tuna. When one bluefin can bring in as much as $20,000, a dirty and dangerous job can all be worth it.
If you can’t beat em’, kill em’. The bug industry is pretty gross, but that’s why they’re exterminating them, one bug at a time. You may ask yourself, “Who would want to be an exterminator?” But as might you imagine, the demand is high and the competition is fierce, especially in cities that are known for having critter problems.
5. Advertising Exec
While you may not walk out of the office covered in filth, advertising is an extremely competitive field. An Ad Exec is responsible for keeping the client and the ad agency on the same page, and sometimes it can get pretty hairy. Just ask Don.
7. Competitive Eater
How many professional eaters do you know? Here’s one profession that can be lucrative if you’ve got the skills, but extremely messy and competitive. Plus, you might have to go up against a champ like Kobayashi. Good luck!
For some, the rise to the top has been smooth and painless. But for others, the climb has been nothing but challenges and hard times. Acting is one field where there are never any guarantees, and in order to be successful, sometimes you have to break the rules.