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Justin Pugh's day job is protecting Eli Manning from pass rushers.
All these side hustles aside, Leto’s not giving up his day job anytime soon.
Plenty of people work day jobs, volunteer overnight and then clock back in to a day job the next morning, McMichael said.
Cerea first heard about horseshoe crabs through her day job as a photographer for the National Audubon Society.
When they were first married, the couple, whose day jobs now include running Sweet Pea Homemade Ice Cream, based in Doylestown, and a studio called Danielle Kay Designs, moved into a traditional, four-bedroom Colonial in Jamison.
Still, the Georgia native doesn't plan on giving up his day job for a professional career on the beach.
Writing and editing the magazine’s stories, mainly about Maltese cuisine, was her day job.
Roof beers were my kind of meditation, a Cascade-hopped Zen to counterbalance my day job.
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