Learn about the education and certifications necessary for this profession. Hear about cases often seen by maritime lawyers.
Hear about cosmetology school requirements necessary for this profession. Learn how chemistry and marketing are involved in hairstyling.
Hear about the duties required of a deckhand, such as preparing the exterior of the boat, as well as necessary training. See a preview of the next episode.
Credits: Real Life 101: Maritime Attorney / Hairdresser / Deckhand
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Did you know that a different set of laws applies to accidents that happen on the sea in open water? Gracey will talk with a maritime attorney and learn how he applies these laws when working with clients who want to file a case against a cruise ship or boat. Then Shawn will visit a hair salon where he speaks with a hairdresser. He’ll learn why she chose this career and some of the skills involved in making her clients look great. And if you think you might like a career working on yachts and ocean cruising, you’ll enjoy Gracey’s interview with a person who makes her living as a deckhand.
Length: 22 minutes
Copyright date: ©2015
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