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Top 10 sexy jobs with pros and cons

1. Showgirl. Their job involves performing dances in elaborate, revealing costumes onstage.

The pros: They're in the spotlight, in peak shape, and always look amazing.
The cons: It's harder than it looks, and involves constant exercise and a lot of practicing. Costume headpieces are heavy and people often confuse showgirls with being part of the sex industry.

Sexy nurse2. Couture Salesperson. The rich and famous often shop high-end. The right store and location means there is a likely chance of working with A-list celebrities and other beautiful people.

The pros: It opens up opportunities for meeting the right people to launch a future position in fashion or as a personal assistant. And you can't beat the employee discount.
The cons: Retail is still retail, so expect to continue folding sweaters, re-organizing racks and assisting crabby customers.

3. Fashion Journalist. These people know the industry inside and out, attend all of the fashion shows and schmooze with designers and other influential people.

The pros: Amazing samples and the opportunity to meet some of the biggest names in the business.
The cons: Finding work can be difficult. Writing reviews in this industry means a lot of working hours and dealing with city expenses and difficult people.

4. Runway Model. They showcase the latest fashion and their job is to be beautiful.

The pros: They have a reputation for being hot and they get paid for it.
The cons: Competition is fierce. The model look that's in-demand at the moment may not be what designers are looking for next season.

5. Hotel Concierge. They're smooth operators and know all the right people and places in the area.

The pros: Area businesses are more likely to treat you right, since you recommend new business.
The cons: Long hours and the not-so-glamorous duty of dealing regularly with difficult personalities.

6. Makeup Artist . They transform and enhance people's looks to be their best or most interesting.
The pros: There is an amazing chance for advancement from counter rep to launching a signature beauty line or garnering celeb clientele once a reputation is established.
The cons: A client with a good experience will say a lot, but so will those with bad experiences. Word-of-mouth creates the biggest buzz, so this could work against a makeup artist.

7. Stunt Double. Stunt men and women defeat the odds while they leaping off buildings, cruising through fires and conquering car crashes. The thrill and the danger create a high.

The pros: They get the reputation of surviving some of the most death-defying acts humanly possible.
The cons: Stunts don't always get the recognition they deserve in the public eye.

8. Magazine Photographer. They are paid to capture images of beautiful and interesting people and locations.

The pros: Their creative vision pays off, literally.
The cons: Expensive and heavy equipment, finding the right frame and needing to talk your subjects into your ideas.

9. Club Owner. They are their own bosses and they create the atmosphere where people go to party.

The pros: As the owners of the area hotspots, everyone wants to know them. Reputation makes the business.
The cons: Trends come and go, and if club owners can't keep it interesting, patrons will party elsewhere.

10. Professional Investigator. Their job is all about uncovering confidential information, whether it's insurance fraud or cheating spouses.

The pros: Uncovering infidelities and getting justice for the romantically wronged is their bread and butter.
The cons: Serving subpoenas and other court-related work is the unglamorous side of their business. The work can also be sometimes perceived as seedy by the general public.

Source: MSN

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