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Series Atypical Jobs

Atypical Jobs

Atypical Jobs of Typical People aims to deliver thought-provoking interviews with a variety of professionals across a wide range of careers

The Atypical Jobs of Typical People- Part II: Bill DeOre '65 What if you offended people for a living? While that may not be on the job description for an editorial cartoonist, it certainly comes with the territory. Bill DeOre, who graduated from Jesuit in 1965, knows better than most the trials and tribulations such cartoonists have to overcome. After all, he was...
The Atypical Jobs of Typical People- Part I: Greg Miller When The Roundup's Editor-in-Chief, Blake DeLong, approached me about the idea to examine a variety of occupations I immediately had an idea as to who I would attempt to reach out to first. Greg Miller has been a writer and content producer for several different noteworthy groups ranging from IGN...
Throughout their developmental years, a person is only properly exposed to a limited number of professions, potentially narrowing their aspirations for the future. For example, picture books often illustrate the lives of firefighters, teachers, policemen, and construction workers early in one's life. This is done because it is simple for a young child to understand these jobs, but the exclusive exposure typically leads...

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