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Original short description: "Television series"

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Template:Italic title Ace Day Jobs is a television series produced by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation,[1] and has previously been a part of the programming for ABC Kids' Rollercoaster. Each episode runs for five minutes, in which time the audience (primarily Primary and lower High School students) are exposed to innovative careers and the individual's who love them. The program's web-site (which sports the slogan, "Love Ya Work") is host to high-school relevant job information, such as how to start your own business and how to write resumes. It also provides links to all the latest science and business news.


  1. Tatham, Peter (22 March 2006). "At My Desk". Australian Journal of Career Development. https://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-167030962.html. Retrieved 12 March 2018. 

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