SMA is ready for ‘Deadliest Job Interview,’ Discovery’s heart-pounding new series!
Watch Zap2it‘s exclusive sneak peek promo for the first glimpse at several ordinary Americans trying out for the most dangerous jobs in the country — and it does not always go well.
The new series follows these tough men and women entering various workforces — from Redwood Forest arborists (us) to acrobatic bush pilots, from heavy haul truckers to iron erectors, from commercial divers to volcanologists — as these rookies must learn the ropes and prove their skills and determination to their mentors and peers.
This heart-pounding new series premieres Friday, Jan. 29 at at 10 p.m. ET/PT on #Discovery.
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Finally people will get just a glimpse of the incredible work that Zac has been doing for decades, and how he handles his position with natural leadership, unquestionable skill, and a hell of a lot of good humor. Over-the-top good work, and a good time at it.
That would have been cool or would be to coordinate both companies, I have to climb trees and trim or remove just to stand the deric up on some jobs. LMAO
Here’s some of what the students learned: How to climb trees safely; how to manage insects and other pests that threaten the life and health of trees; the proper way to cut down a tree; and what to look for when you walk through a forest.
I am a fellow arborist, and have been climbing for years. It can be a dangerous job, but I like this show, because it shows people a little bit about what we do, and I agree with the person above me, you learn a lot. Being an arborist is not only about tar cutting, but should be mostly about tree care.