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Mike wishes he was double jointed for this particular dirty job.
Dirty Jobs: Fun Yet?
Blood, Sweat & T-Shirts: Clothing Slum Factories
Blood Sweat & T-Shirts: Tracing Clothes to the Source
How Money is Made
We all know money doesn't grow on trees, but have you ever wondered where it comes from? Learn more about money in this video from HowStuffWorks.
Assignment Discovery: Currency Exchange
While traveling internationally, it's important to understand currency exchange rates between countries. On Discovery Channel's, "Assignment Discovery" the ratio of currencies is explained.
How Identity Theft Works
Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in the U.S. Learn about identity theft in this video by HowStuffWorks
Dirty Jobs: Plumber
Being a plumber requires more than just a knowledge of home pipe systems. A good plumber has to be ready for anything under a house, and certainly can't be claustrophobic. Watch this video from Discovery Channel's "Dirty Jobs."
Dirty Jobs: Septic-Tank Technician
Mike Rowe learns how to clean a septic tank.
How UPS Smart Labels Work
Smart labels allow UPS to handle many packages. Learn more about UPS and smart labels in this HowStuffWorks video.
How ATMs Work
Have you ever wondered what it looks like inside an ATM? See how ATM's ensure that you get your money at the push of a button in this video from HowStuffWorks.
Dirty Jobs: Owl Vomit
Pellets of owl vomit are often used for school projects. Join "Dirty Jobs" host Mike Rowe as he travels to meet the world's premier owl pellet collector.
Dirty Jobs: Striped Bass Farm
What makes tilapia taste so good? "Dirty Jobs" host Mike Rowe travels to a striped bass farm to learn more about the surprising diet of tilapia.
How To Make Millions: Jon Hein on Jumptheshark
Jon Hein describes how jumptheshark started in his college days, when and why he brought it to the web and his take on success.
In the largest slum in India, the Brits explore clothing slum factories and see the real reality of the fashion industry.
NextWorld: Virtual Margaret
Meet Margaret. She works in San Jose -- from her home, 1,700 miles away in Texas. Learn more about telecommuting in this video from Discovery Channel's "NextWorld" series.
Dirty Jobs: Contortionist
Mike discovers the a magical bold with endless threads that makes a dirty job, that much more fun.
Six young Brits arrive in India ready to work in the textile factories that provide them with the fashions they love.
G Word: Freecycling Network
Resident cheapskate Jeff Yeager discovers the Freecycle Network, where members score recycled items, such as furniture, household supplies and even cars. Watch this clip from Planet Green's "G Word."
Help Wanted: The Job Interview
Watch as the three remaining competitors are grilled during their cringe-worthy interviews for the coveted job of a Hibachi Chef.
HowStuffWorks Show: Episode 6: Mining for Aluminum
Discovery Channel's "HowStuffWorks" show visits Alcoa's Huntly mine in Australia to uncover how bauxite is mined and transformed into aluminum oxide.
How the Dow Jones Industrial Average Works
The Dow Jones Industrial Average tracks a variety of stocks to assist investors. Learn how the Dow Jones keeps tabs on the stock market.
How Do They Do It: Coal Mining
Discover how miners work with sophisticated machinery to mine coal safely and help power America in this video from The Science Channel's "How Do They Do It?"
Into the Unknown: Shafted
In this Discovery Channel video, see how "Into the Unknown" host Josh Bernstein fares when mining for gold in Guinea.