Kayla Tausche: My first job was at the Atlanta Olympics

Friday, 18 Oct 2013 | 3:33 PM ET
Kayla Tausche: They almost arrested me
Friday, 18 Oct 2013 | 12:00 AM ET
CNBC's corporate finance and deals reporter talks about her first job in Atlanta and how she was almost busted at the Olympic Games there.

Back in the day, Kayla Tausche says, she had some guns.

A certified lifeguard in Atlanta, Kayla, then 16, had to lift cement cinder blocks from the bottom of a pool to prove she was strong enough to do the job.

Years later, she still thinks she could pull off a rescue or two. (Good to know, especially after you hear how she throws Joe Kernen into the deep end.)

(Read more: Joe Kernen's biggest loss)

In this latest edition of "Unscripted," Kayla, the network's corporate finance and deals reporter, talks about when she wore a different type of corporate suit and recalls how her real first job—the one she didn't pay taxes on—almost got her arrested.

It's true confession time here on "Unscripted."

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