Teachers I would presume.
the most common occupation is fishmarket manager
The most common occupation of the apostles were that they were fishermen.
Farmers,slaves,and servants was the most common occupation in the Old Kingdom.
The most common occupation for US presidents is lawyer, Democratic Presidents are expressly thieves.
Deal or No Deal, Wheel of Fortune, Family Feud, Millionaire, Jeopardy, Price is Right
For the Contestants it was Brad Rutter and then Ken Jennings see related links Sony Pictures Television has made the most money for non contestants. Rutter will compete alongside Jennings in a special match against IBM's Watson in 2011.
Most common prior occupation throughout history for US presidents was being a lawyer; 2nd most common was military service.
Agriculture and forestry
The most common occupation in the US is retail sales. More than three percent of America works in retail (approximately 4.2 million people).
"The tournament involved 145 contestants, all of whom were winners of past tournaments or past five-time champions, and was designed to produce two contestants who would face off in a three-game, cumulative-score final against Ken Jennings, who had won the most money in Jeopardy! regular play history"see related linkThe selection criteria does not mean that there could not be reasons the contestant was not on the show. Health, career and a wide range of reasons could prevent a contestant from appearing in the tournament and the 145 is the number who were contestants not the number selected by Jeopardy.
Some Survivor contestants have been recruited. For example Parvati Shallow. However, most contestants have to send in application and video.
You fail at doing your class work..
You can go to the Jeopardy Archive for the season 26 and create the list. The related link for the jeopardy archive has a listing of which contestant was in each game. Since season 26 started in September 2009 they will have more games than just 2010 games. The site has a complete record of most of the games from season 26 and also earlier seasons.
By winning the most money you win Jeopardy.
The definition of a game show is a televised program in which contestants compete in a game for prizes. A contestant can be the sole competitor such as in 'Deal or No Deal' or 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire' or there can be multiple competitors vying for first place, such as on 'Family Feud' and 'Wheel of Fortune'. The game show winner receives cash or prizes depending on the game. 'Jeopardy' qualifies as a game show in that three contestants complete answers/questions, and the person with the most money in their bank at the end of the show wins.
Lawyers, or some involvment with law
Jeopardy does not have a limited number of categories or a most used. If you want to know about Jeopardy questions and categories look through the programs in the Jeopardy archive. see related link
Strangely, most explorers were usually neither soldiers or merchants. While they may had interests in these areas, they usually had some other occupation that was not related to exploring.
In most cases, no. Contestants have to pay their expenses themselves, which can include airfare and hotel expenses.
no the answer was Bermuda, but the contestants all got it wrong. The clue was "Made up of 1 large & many smaller islands, it's the most populous of Britain's remaining overseas territories" You can see from the related link that the answer was correct.
Truck Driving! Crazy hey? Around 30% of the peoples choose this as an job. Ayco83.
Sure the show was taped long before they air the program. You might mean "Did they know in advance that the question was going to be asked?" That's like asking if the show is a total fraud that passes out a list of questions and tells the contestants to study them. In truth, for the contestants, it's sort of like The Tonight Show's 'sidewalk all-stars'. The sketch is funny because most of us know the answer to the question Jay is asking. Many of the answers to the Jeopardy questions are known by all three contestants, but only one wins a chance to answer by ringing in first. Remember, they are on the show because they pride themselves on being able to answer trivia questions. They would not like to have the questions passed out ahead of time to everyone because they feel they would lose their advantage. So, in a sense, they know the answer to the question before the team of writers for Jeopardy even made up the question. With travel and lodging as high as it is some of the 3rd place finishers lose money for the chance to be on the show.
Most have already chosen a career path and have an occupation when they are accepted as a contestant. Few winners make enough to be able to start a new career like Ken Jennings did
The August 3 2010 episode is an encore broadcast of the Jeopardy Teen Tournament Game 2 that aired November 3 2009.The Category was Numbers and LettersThe clue was "It's the world's most common number system & second-most common alphabet"The answer was What is ArabicNumbers & LettersLetters and NumbersLetters and Numbers
Well there senators? So I guess there job is to be a senator, this is why we need a better education system