Best Job Ever

TV review by
Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Fun shorts showcase amazing careers, people who choose them.

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Positive Messages

Each job is "the best" to the person doing it, but those showcased educate, conserve, and protect the wonders of the world (and beyond) around us. 

Positive Role Models & Representations

People featured are men and women from different racial/ethnic backgrounds from around the world who are highly educated, trained, and committed to their work. 


On occasion an animal gets feisty, but no one gets hurt. In one instance someone falls off his bike (and laughs). The discomforts that come when doing some jobs is briefly discussed.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Best Job Ever is a series of short videos featuring people discussing the interesting work that they do. Most of the jobs featured here relate to education, science, and conservation, and all the people doing them are experts in their respective fields. Some of the episodes might be too information-dense for younger kids to follow, and on occasion the show features animals behaving roughly. But the overall series is informative and colorful, and brief enough to possibly pique the interest for more info about each job and how it's done. 

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What's the story?

BEST JOB EVER is a collection of streaming shorts about some of the most unique and amazing jobs that people have around the world. From climbing glaciers to documenting climate change to exploring the oceans using satellites, submarines, and diving equipment, each brief story features people explaining what their job is and what makes it interesting to them. Throughout it all, job details are captured on video and, in some cases, re-created with special effects. 

Is it any good?

This interesting series highlights the different kind of work that people are doing to protect and conserve nature, make scientific discoveries, and learn more about different cultures around the world. Astrophysicists, marine biologists, conservationists, photographers, and other experts attempt to quickly break down what they do in simplified terms, and note why they're passionate about it. The National Geographic-quality video and imagery help illustrate their points. Their  day-to-day work is fascinating, but what makes these jobs truly great are the overall positive contributions they make to the world around us. It's a fun, quick watch, but Best Job Ever will probably leave you wanting to see and learn more. 

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about some of the jobs featured here. What makes each of them the Best Job Ever? Are they as interesting every day as they appear to be in the videos?

  • What kind of work or career do you want to pursue? Why is it the best job for you? What kind of education and training do you need to do it? 

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