From nightclubs to fashion shows, women are jumping on the DJ circuit, proving that spinning turntables isn't just for men.
There are slightly more women working as pharmacists than men, and they make almost as much too.
Occupational therapists have incredible job security. They make about $75,000 a year and help people lead their daily lives in the process.
Dr. Leilani Alvarez performs alternative treatments for animals, with remedies including Chinese herbal medicine and physical rehabilitation.
A video game designer at Riot Games in Los Angeles explains what his job entails and how he landed his dream gig.
Mentalist and illusionist, Wayne Hoffman, makes $350,000 while traveling around the world performing tricks and reading people's minds.
Airplanes take off and land every minute at London's Heathrow airport. Here's a peak into the life of an airport marshall.
The average age of a cattleman is 61 years old and a slew of pressures are making old school ranching a thing of the past.
'Wildman' Steve Brill teaches New Yorkers the tricks of urban foraging, living on plants and leaves from the city's parks.
Join a professional dog handler as she and her champion Airedale terrier compete at the Westminster dog show.
Bullfighters can make almost six-figures (before travel expenses). But they're basically guaranteed to break some bones.
Caterpillar workers hand-build the 229,000-pound D11 tractor in Peoria, Illinois.
Santa Claus actors like Bob Abrams take the temp job to the extreme, swimming in a shark-filled aquarium.
After being laid off from his job selling tax software, Kip Yates started his own massage business.
Ted Krause is AXA Equitable's highest hitting insurance salesman. He also just turned 100 years old.
Jamie Oliver, Deputy Curator of the London Aquarium, spends his days working with all types of fish, big and small.
A former executive at a mining company in San Francisco, Ami Gignac now raises organic crops and chickens on a farm in Ohio.
After attending a farming for vets program, former Marine Mike Hanes launched a hot sauce business with the help of another veteran.
Brett Pangburn left his high-paying job as an attorney to teach sixth grade English at a charter school in East Boston.
Captain Patrick Harris says the best decision he ever made was to quit a lucrative job at Citicorp and buy an old rotten boat.
Meet the people who tried out to be the voice of the Aflac duck and the creative directors that choose between them.
A number of people have quit their jobs to make web videos where they get paid a cut of the advertising.
20-year-old Milly Simmonds came from London aspiring to walk the runway. Watch her navigate the NYC fashion industry jungle.
A civil engineer working on the new Willis Avenue bridge in NYC loves having one of Money's Best Jobs in America.
Scott Texter helps build the James Webb Space Telescope, 100x more powerful than Hubble, it is scheduled to launch in 2014.
One robot designer says he creates robots that help solve problems of daily living and change people's lives.
See how a Mister Softee franchisee in Brooklyn runs her small business selling ice cream.
Joe Penna, AKA MysteryGuitarMan, makes a living creating videos and putting them on YouTube.
Mario Batali says keeping young chefs excited about their work keeps him motivated as a restaurateur and chef
A tanning butler at the Ritz Carlton in South Beach, Miami, spends the day rubbing suntan lotion on beachgoers' bodies.
A New York genealogist traces family histories for lawyers, biographers and people who are curious about their ancestry.
Pamela Zoccoli uses the video game system to help people suffering from memory loss and brain trauma.
Ocularists help people look at life in a whole new way.
Training animals like big cats, bears and chimpanzees to do tricks is just like teaching the family dog, says one circus family.
At Jingle Punks, a hard day's work consists of picking the right song to play during a 'Real Housewives' ladies brawl.
As the nation's workforce becomes more educated, farmers are having a harder time filling the dangerous job of plucking coconuts.
Raising alligators and crocodiles is "just like farming any other animal" - aside from the giant teeth and all.
Brad Reason, a real life DJ, finds that the virtual world offers more abundant and enjoyable work.
A New Orleans man adds color to the parades' floats with a stroke of his brush.