Abbyson Living to be Featured on TNT's "Inside Job"

Doddy Rafieha, Yavar Rafieha and Rodd Rafieha on TNT's

LOS ANGELES-Abbyson Living will be featured on TNT's new series "Inside Job" as four job hopefuls compete for a dream executive-level job at the company.

"Inside Job," which is slated to premiere in February, comes from the producers of such shows as "Undercover Boss" and "The Million Second Quiz."

Each week on "Inside Job," one of America's hottest companies will invite four highly qualified job candidates to compete for an executive position. For one week, they'll live together, work together and play together as part of the interview and hiring process.

What the candidates don't know, however, is that one of their fellow candidates is already a management executive of the company. This undercover insider will monitor every move the job candidates make--good or bad--and report the findings back to the boss. At the end of the week, the insider will be revealed, and it is the insider who will decide who is the most deserving candidate to be offered the job of a lifetime.

"We are very excited to be a part of such a ground-breaking series and are looking forward to the anticipation of the interview process," said Abbyson Living President Yavar Rafieha.

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