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From building self-driving cars to shooting video from drones, these six people are thriving in occupations that didn’t even exist a decade ago.


Aureta Thomollari and Jordan “Watts” Watson


When Aureta Thomollari (@Aureta) and Jordan “Watts” Watson (@love.watts) first met at a friend’s L.A. party in 2014, they discovered a shared passion for art, fashion, and Instagram. The two decided to collaborate, creating several new Instagram accounts with a combined following that now exceeds 3

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