While we were browsing the web this morning we discovered something interesting on the NBC.com website. Two banners, one in text congratulating the winner from tonight’s finale of America’s Toughest Jobs, and another an image which stated the same thing. We find it hard to believe, but could someone over at NBC have made a big mistake?
America’s Toughest Jobs is heading to Mt. McKinley this week, for high altitude guiding. Over 100 people have died trying to scale the mountain, and our contestants are going to be showing new mountain climbers the way up. Altitude, frost-bite, and 100 mph winds make this one of the toughest jobs in America.
America’s Toughest Jobs is sending the contestants on the most dangerous job yet – lumberjacking. The crew is going to have go logging in Washington State. 15 hour days, heavy equipment operation with no roads and steep hills, and ten ton trees all make logging one of the hardest jobs in America, with workers 10 times more likely to die than the average worker.
America’s Toughest Jobs is sending the contestants to new heights this week, as they work on a bridge maintenance crew. Last week, they faced bulls in the ring. Now they’ve got to climb to the top of a suspension bridge to paint in Los Angeles. “I love heights!” Michaela says. Is it going to be another episode of the girls outshining the boys?
America’s Toughest Jobs puts the contestants to the test again tonight, and they remaining 9 will be flying to Texas to work the oil rigs. There’s heat, danger, and rattlesnakes – definitely one of America’s Toughest Jobs!
America’s Toughest Jobs is making the remaining 11 contestants hunt for gold this week, and they’ll be facing the harsh Alaskan wilderness, bears, and raging rivers. The Crow Creek mine has hundreds of millions of dollars of gold hiding in the water. “If you’re willing to do back breaking work, you may be lucky enough to find on of these,” host Josh Temple says, dangling a gold nugget.
America’s Toughest Jobs airs again tonight, and there are 12 competitors left to take on a new challenge: driving 18 wheelers in rough terrain in the Arctic Circle. Last week, two women were voted the most valuable crew members; can the men reclaim their honor this week?
America’s Toughest Jobs premieres tonight on NBC. The producers of Ice Road Truckers and Deadliest Catch have chosen the most difficult, dirty jobs in the world nad made competition. “What if you had the chance to change your job,” host Josh Temple asks. “Would you take it?” Thirteen competitors will take their chances doing the hardest work around.
Thom Beers, Reality TV producer, is promising viewers that his new reality series America’s Toughest Jobs will be the best he has to offer.