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Mall Cop

Odds of Hanging On

Being a mall cop is tough. Since the safety of hundreds of people relies on you and your shiny black shoes, hanging on means staying mobile and healthy. Luckily for you (but unluckily for businesses), the need for mall cops is growing, so there should be some job security. 

The longer you hang on, the more valuable you're going to be as an employee. In this business, experience counts at least as much as your ability to run off loiterers.