If you live in Cincinnati and like rock music (and, at least in one famous instance, if you don’t mind live turkeys but don’t love them too much either), then the radio station WKRP is the perfect working environment for you. This late-’70s sitcom took place behind the scenes at the station, which had just come through a sudden transition in listening formats, from Lawrence-Welk-friendly to rock-and-roll. The music choices at WKRP, which included many now-classics by artists from Elvis Costello to Pink Floyd, would be reason enough to show up on Monday. And here’s the proof that lots of folks wanted to work at the fictional WKRP: in 2008, a local Cincinnati television station changed its call letters to—you guessed it—WKRP.
Reasons to send your resume: good soundtrack, Loni Anderson(MORE: What We Learn From TV About Thanksgiving)