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"Deadliest Job Interview" will spotlight eight of the most extreme and perilous professions in the world. Told from the perspective of the rookies, or "greenhorns," Deadliest Job Interview will follow these tough men and women as they enter the workforce of eight dangerous jobs, as they risk everything to secure a highly challenging – and dangerous – position. This six episode series follows arborists climbing 200 feet high in the Redwood Forest, acrobatic bush pilots in the savanna of South Africa, extreme heavy haul truckers through America's heartland, iron erectors hundreds of feet up in the air, construction divers underwater in the depths of the Pacific, volcanologists climbing to the top of the explosive Stromboli, and wind turbine technicians in some of the windiest conditions on Earth. With the threat of danger around every corner, there is no room for mistakes. These rookies must learn the ropes as the lowest person on the totem pole and prove their skills and determination to their mentors and peers. The stakes are higher than ever because it's not just their job on the line – but also their lives!
A rookie diver struggles underwater to rig a sunken yacht; a heavy haul trucker tries to transport a crane through a hurricane; a tree man fells a large, dead Eucalyptus tree.
A rookie tree man freezes in fear on a redwood; a diver collects research samples in the ocean; a volcanologist tries to scale an active volcano
Volcanologist Sarah's first expedition on an active volcano; Rookies Nate and Tomas face a difficult challenge; Greenhorn wind tech Mike scales a 120 foot wind turbine.
Volcanologist Sarah continues her first expedition on an active volcano. Rookie tree men, Nate and Tomas, face off in their most difficult challenge yet. And greenhorn wind tech, Mike, attempts to scale a 120 foot wind turbine.
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