Adam Busby Embraces New Opportunity with Exciting Job Offer — Details

In Season 10 of OutDaughtered, viewers learn that Adam is offered a job requiring him to work away from home. Did he take it?

Allison Cacich - Author

Jul. 11 2024, Updated 11:12 a.m. ET

Whenever we see large reality TV families, it’s natural to wonder what the parents do for a living. After all, they have to pay for those offspring somehow.

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Though having your own TLC show certainly helps, couples like the Busbys on OutDaughtered need a steady source of income outside of their 10-episode-per-season series.

In Season 6, Danielle Busby revealed that husband Adam quit his job as a key account manager for Intrinsic Solutions/Sprint Safety in Houston, Texas after nearly 12 years with the company. He went on to start his own media company, which he currently runs today. But in Season 10, word a of a new job sprung up. Did Adam take it?

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What is OutDaughtered star Adam Busby’s new job?

In Season 10 of OutDaughtered, viewers learn that Adam is offered a job requiring him to work away from home for one week each month for about seven months. Initially hesitant to accept without adequate childcare in place, Adam and Danielle discuss the pros and cons of the opportunity. By the season finale, Adam decides to accept the job with Good Ranchers, a meat company, where he will handle their product photography.

Adam's new job won't replace his current role as the owner and operator of Adam Busby Media, which he founded in September 2018. Instead, the position with Good Ranchers simply adds another client to his business's portfolio.

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Previously, the father of six worked as a partner in a Dallas-based health and wellness company. This job was quite strenuous for the couple, as it required Danielle to make the three-and-a-half-hour trip to headquarters at least once a month for meetings.

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Danielle admitted she wanted to be more than a stay-at-home mom before opening Graeson Bee.

Danielle had to make several unexpected sacrifices after suddenly becoming a mother of six. "Before we had kids, she used to have a great career and the ability to travel and do all these fun things, but now her life is her kids," Adam previously said regarding his wife's stay-at-home status. "She loves them, but also, she’s kind of been losing herself in the process."

When she got married to Adam, Danielle was an office manager for a company called Ship to Shore. According to her LinkedIn page, she began working as a project coordinator team lead for AP Networks in 2008, three years before giving birth to Blayke.

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Not only is caring for six kids under the age of 9 equivalent to multiple full-time jobs, but Adam and Danielle are also forced to contend with internet trolls who love to dissect everything they do. "People are looking at our photos and looking at our posts under a microscope just to find out what they can criticize about it," Adam told People magazine in a 2019 interview. "It’s really bizarre."

Thankfully, Danielle has found a new passion as a business owner. She runs the apparel boutique Graeson Bee Boutique, which you can shop at both online and in-store, with a location in League City, Texas.

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