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32,917 views • November 23, 2023

Mike Rowe: The Biggest Lessons I Learned from ‘Dirty Jobs’

“Time and time again, after talking with septic tank workers and bridge builders and skull cleaners, and just this endless variety of odd jobs, I found people who didn't follow their passion into that career, but rather followed opportunity,” says Mike Rowe, an Emmy award-winning TV host and producer who is best-known for hosting the TV series “Dirty Jobs.” In this episode, he breaks down the biggest lessons from his career. “Right now we have 7.2 million men, able-bodied men, in the prime of their working life, who are not only not working, but affirmatively not looking. What they're looking at are screens,” Mr. Rowe says. In the post-COVID era, why are so many jobs seemingly impossible to fill? What has gone wrong with our society? And how do we turn things around? Views expressed in this video are opinions of the host and the guest, and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Epoch Times.
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