By Kyle Petersen

As jugglers, most of us lack the marketable skills necessary to stay competitive in today’s job market. Luckily, Dubé Juggling Blog is back with another helpful and informative guide.

Photo by Dan Harrelson via Flickr

-Flair bartending is a great way to earn extra tips and waste tons of alcohol.

-Panhandling is the second oldest profession on earth. You could always give that a try.

-Expert whip cracker and rope spinner? Have you considered an exciting career as a dominatrix?

-Teaching juggling to children is a great way to make sure that the next generation makes the same horrible decisions that you made.

-Professional athletes get paid pretty well. Maybe you could give that a try? Couldn’t hurt.

-Who needs a job? Just get a fire staff and set of poi and spend your days hopping from festival to festival.

-If you join the military, refrain from juggling live grenades.

-FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, DO NOT MENTION THE WORD “JUGGLER” ANYWHERE ON YOUR RESUMÉ.

-If push comes to shove, you can always resort to this:

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  • Glenn

    Good suggestions! But I say put juggling on your resume! It helps potential employers remember you and is always a good conversation starter. I’ve had three jobs where my juggling hobby helped rather than hurt!

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