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Just like us: Olympians share their day jobs

When they’re not training to be Olympic champions, some athletes hold down second jobs to help pay the bills or pursue other passions."I've had some people come that recognize me because of the Olympics and speed skating it's been kind of cool," said Olympian Patrick Meek, who works as a valet and concierge at the Waldorf Astroia in Park City. Video: The regular jobs of Sochi Olympians Curler
“It’s a very fun job,” said curler Jessica Schultz of her work as a physical therapist assistant.
“It’s a very fun job,” said curler Jessica Schultz of her work as a physical therapist assistant.Today

When they’re not training to be Olympic champions, some athletes hold down second jobs to help pay the bills or pursue other passions.

"I've had some people come that recognize me because of the Olympics and speed skating it's been kind of cool," said Olympian Patrick Meek, who works as a valet and concierge at the Waldorf Astroia in Park City. 

Video: The regular jobs of Sochi Olympians 

Curler Jessica Schultz is a physical therapist assistant, and her teammate Jeff Isaacson is a junior high science teacher.

"I've always liked helping people so I thought education would be a great field to go into," said Isaacson. "I'm looking forward to that when I'm done competing."