World's Toughest Jobs

March 2015
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6. Canadian Forestry

Expired 3.0 10 x
Three young Brits desperate to sort out their finances and get their lives back on track sign up to work planting thousands of trees in the vast Canadian wilderness. Despite the bugs, bears and extremes of hot and cold, a top tree-planter will put a tree in the ground every four seconds, for hours on end. Many just end up in tears. It's back-breaking, repetitive work in appalling conditions, but can Kieran, Shannon and Danny make it through to payday or will this soul-destroying job send them c...
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5. Sheep Shearing

Expired 3.0 12 x
Three young Brits desperate to sort out their lives and their bank balances sign up for a month working in the wool sheds of New Zealand. Shearing sheep that weigh in at up to 80kg is relentless, backbreaking work, but can Tomi, Jack and Gemma make it through to pay day? Or will the long hours and sweltering conditions send them bleating back to the UK?
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4. Cattle Ranching

Expired 3.0 16 x
Three young Brits desperate to sort out their lives and their bank balances sign up for cattle ranching in the wilds of the Australian outback.
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3. Skyscraper Window Cleaning

Expired 3.0 7 x
In the third episode of this brand new series, three young Brits desperate to sort out their lives and their bank balances, sign up for one of the world's toughest jobs - high-rise window cleaning in Canada.
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2. Trawler Fishing

Expired 3.0 20 x
Trawler fishing in the Arctic Circle is gruelling, back-breaking, smelly work, but the job comes with one major bonus - pay days. One fisherman on board earned £75,000 in just six months. But can Jess, Carl and Jamie make it to pay day, or will gutting fish round the clock, in freezing conditions, for weeks on end send them screaming back to the UK?
February 2015
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1. Rock Lobster Fishing

Expired 3.0 17 x
Luke, Jade and Callum are stuck in a rut and in need of a cash injection. In a bid to kick-start their lives and earn some serious money, they have signed up to work as deck-hands on a rock lobster fishing boat on the west coast of Australia. It's back-breaking, repetitive and dangerous work, under a scorching sun in treacherous seas, but there is one major perk - money. A seasoned deckie here can earn $1,000 a day - but will the newbies make it to payday or will the 2am starts, the long hours ...
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