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updated 8/16/2010 12:02:06 PM ET 2010-08-16T16:02:06

JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater's future in the not-so-friendly skies might be up in the air — but he's reportedly already landed a reality TV offer to help other people quit their jobs.

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According to TMZ, Slater, who skyrocketed to fame last week after exiting a plane via the emergency chute — (but not before cursing at passengers and grabbing two beers for the ride) — is being pursued by Stone Entertainment to host a show about fellow fed-up employees quitting their jobs in creative ways.

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Slater's lawyer has reportedly received the offer, but no word if he is interested in working the reality TV route.

As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Slater, 38, currently remains free on $2,500 bail after being charged with criminal mischief, reckless endangerment and trespassing. The 20-plus-year flight attendant could face up to seven years in prison if convicted.

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