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The “side hustle” plays an integral role in the lives of millions of Americans today—more than forty-four million, in fact. You know: it’s that job that’s not quite your real job, but allows you to do what you love and make a few extra bucks along the way. The term itself has been around since the 1950’s, but today, it seems like everyone’s got one. And more often than not, they’re striving to make it their main gig. We hit the streets of New York to see where people’s passions lie, and when they’ll go full-time. After all, every day we’re hustlin’.
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