When they're not competing in front of millions of Olympics fans, these athletes still have to make ends meet.
For the past few weeks, hallways have gone un-mopped, tax returns unprepared, toilets unclogged. Why? Because the men and women who normally do these jobs have been busy. They've been in London, competing for a shot at Olympic gold.
Yes, not every Olympian is a Madison Ave. dream like Ryan Lochte or LeBron James, so it's no surprise athletes have to supplement their income in between the Games. What are the everyday jobs of today's Olympians? Click through to find out.
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