Where the Hell is Matt
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) January 9, 2007
Seattle-based PayScale.com, possessing the largest real-time salary database anywhere, today announced a Salary Story video on Matt Harding, famous for the "Where the Hell is Matt" tour around in the world. Harding danced in every country he visited (39 countries and 7 continents) and videotaped each performance.
The 9-minute video features Harding discussing his experiences in various jobs and work environments, reasons for by-passing college, and the cult-like attention "Where the Hell is Matt" generated.
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