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What You Don't Want To Be When You Grow Up

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What You Don't Want To Be When You Grow Up
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Publisher: KBN
Number of pages: 40

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Experts agree that there are lots of swell jobs waiting for kids once they grow up, and after they learn everything and then finally get out of school. But no one ever tells you about the not-so-swell jobs out there you definitely want to avoid if at all possible. Here, just so you can learn what not to do with your life before it's too late, is a complete list of the 13 worst jobs of all time. Plus a few more.

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