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'Weather Broadcaster' named hardest job to get in Canada

In this piece we follow a group of individuals attending the Canadian Academy of Weather Broadcasters, one of the most gruelling academies in the country, and learn just how hard it is to enter the highly competitive field of weather broadcasting.
According to Florez, every meteorologist on Canadian TV right now attended his Academy. (CBC)
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In this piece we follow a group of individuals attending the Canadian Academy of Weather Broadcasters, one of the most gruelling academies in the country, and learn just how hard it is to enter the highly competitive field of weather broadcasting. 

"Our graduates are on the front lines everyday delivering the most vital piece of information a Canadian will receive that day: The Weather." Herb Florez, Headmaster

"0.2% of people attending the Canadian Academy of Weather Broadcasters will have the courage to finish," says headmaster Herb Florez, "we make sure that only the best and strongest go on to become weather people, because in the end, weather is too important to Canadians."  

Listen to learn how difficult it is to become someone who is right 50% of the time.

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