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Never Underestimate the Influence of Grandpa

Mike remembers the blue-collar influence of his grandpa and tells how he did follow the blueprint of his grandpa’s life when it came to learning a trade – it was just a different kind of trade. ancestrymagazine.com by Janet Bernice Jeys January 4, 2010 It’s a safe bet that Mike Rowe’s résumé is longer than yours. As…

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Fast Company’s 30 Second MBA – Class is in Session!

Mike Rowe | Host of Dirty Jobs with Mike Rowe, Founder of mikeroweWORKS Mike Rowe has had more jobs than you. In fact, Mike has had more jobs than anyone. As the creator and executive producer of Discovery Channel’s Emmy®-nominated series DIRTY JOBS WITH MIKE ROWE, Mike has spent years traveling the country, working as…

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U.S. News: Why Dirty Jobs are Green

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The Discovery Channel star explains the nitty-gritty of Dirty Jobs By Liz Wolgemuth Posted: July 1, 2009 Mike Rowe’s moment of illumination was properly cringe-inducing for a man whose television show is called Dirty Jobs. The articulate and intrepid Discovery Channel star was in the middle of a lamb castration, weighing the widely used method…

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Mike Rowe Wants America to be Shovel-Ready for ‘Dirty Jobs’

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From Kate O’Hare’s Hot Cuppa TV: “This week, I put out a syndicated feature story on what keeps “Dirty Jobs” star Mike Rowe busy when he’s not violating farm animals — for more on that, Click HERE — or crawling into sewers. He’s on a mission to restore the respect and dignity to traditional work, so that one…

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Dirty Jobs: Catching Up With Mike Rowe

Catching up with Mike Rowe

Another day at the office for ‘Dirty Jobs’ host Mike Rowe. (Discovery) It’s all a blur for Mike Rowe. He set out to make a living for himself on the fringes of TV — a local home show hosting gig here, a voice-over there — with at least six months off each year. But almost…

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US Embassy: A Tribute to Dirty, Difficult, Dangerous Jobs

An Interview with Mike Rowe View original Article at america.gov

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