Jersey Shore stars' new reality: Unemployment

After six seasons, the reality TV series Jersey Shore is coming to an end. It's been a lucrative run, but what will Snooki, the Situation and the other cast members do after the party's over?

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After six seasons, MTV's reality show Jersey Shore is finally coming to an end.

But with job skills like binge drinking, dancing, fist-pumping, brawling, smooshing, attempting to hook up and getting arrested, how will this group of Jersey girls and gorillas make ends meet once the final curtain falls?

After three years of hard-partying, the stagnant job market doesn't seem to offer them much promise.

But fear not, each of the cast members must have a plan to cash in on their newfound notoriety, right? Their plans better work or they're in for one hell of a hangover.


  @AaronSmithCNN - Last updated October 15 2012 10:52 AM ET
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