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Ask a Juggalo: What careers are Juggalos common in?

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Q: What careers are Juggalos common in?

A: Juggalos are in contracting. You know, whether you do tile or drywall or rough carpentry, whatever. Ridiculous amount of my personal homies are all over the place with that. Lot of uniforms being worn. A lot, a lot, are gas station attendants. A lot of them here in Michigan that I know of and a lot of them in California are caregivers. Straight up, that's the honest-to-God truth. A lot of them are entertainers themselves, musicians themselves. A lot of restaurant employees. But a lot of Juggalos I met and do know, they're professionals, man. Like, straight up. Like, put on dress slacks and a frickin' button-down shirt every day of their life? Uniforms. That's perfectly put, that suits a lot. A lot of Juggalos and Juggalettes are professionals.

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