(AmericanProsperity.com) – For more than a decade, Mike Rowe has traveled across America highlighting blue-collar professions that are messy, strange, and even downright dangerous. The successful public speaker, TV host, actor, narrator, and builder of partnerships with well-known brands shot to fame when his show “Dirty Jobs” aired on the Discovery Channel in November 2003. Rowe stopped producing the show in 2012 but recently confirmed he’s ready to make a comeback.
‘Dirty Jobs’ star Mike Rowe talks new season, why every gig is actively hiring: ‘You can make six figures’ https://t.co/cJVzmz68GQ
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During an interview on Fox News, Rowe announced he’s ready to get dirty once more, saying he’s bringing back “Dirty Jobs” in a time when Americans need it most. He said his viewers asked him to look into what essential work looks like in 2022 after two years of lockdowns. Rowe commented that he couldn’t pass up the challenge, repeating a famous line from the movie “The Godfather”: “Just when I thought I was out they pulled me back in.”
The 59-year-old explained the success of his show and why it worked so well, saying he left it to the viewers who wrote letters or posted on social media the different types of blue-collar jobs that family members or friends did for a living. Rowe said that makes it simple to find ideas and dirty jobs he can highlight on his show.
Rowe explained how different it’s going to be bringing his show back from when it first aired. He pointed out that over 4.5 million Americans quit their jobs across the country, leaving more than 11 million blue-collar positions open. The home renovation expert also noted that many current gigs have the potential to teach someone new skills with great pay.
The difficult part, according to Rowe, is finding people who want to learn a new skill in demand, someone who’ll show up early, stay late, and don’t mind getting dirty. He hopes to shed some light on that issue this time around, adding that someone can make a six-figure salary if they’re willing to put in the work. It’s that simple.
Rowe summarized the interview by saying “Dirty Jobs” is not just a show but more of a journey. He said it’s unlike any other in that there’s no script, no writers, no actors, and no staging or rehearsals. Instead, it’s just hard-working Americans sharing their love of labor through an apprentice filming the experience.
“Dirty Jobs” will air on Sundays at 8:00 P.M on Discovery and stream on Discovery+.
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