After four stints on reality television, fans are asking, "What does Nick from 'The Bachelor do?"

When the 36-year-old made his debut on Andi Dorfman's season of the reality dating competition in 2014, he was an account executive at the software company Salesforce.

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However, fast forward three years and Nick recently revealed he no longer works for the company.

"Well, I've been able to do some other stuff as a result of being on so many times," he told Jimmy Kimmel when asked how he still has a normal job. "I don't do the software thing anymore. I'm lucky enough to have my own."

So what does "other stuff" mean?

Well, Nick is currently signed to Wilhelmina models after he reveals he was "discovered" on the street in Miami.

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Fans can see the Wisconsin native's posing skills on the Combatant Gentlemen's website as the face of their tailored suits and his Instagram page is full of professional photos.

However, his social media platform, with over 1 million followers, is his main source of income.

"The more of a following you have, the more power you have," he told Bustle. "Whether that's to monetize, or to start a foundation, to be an influencer. If you are going to have any type of following, you should want more."

He endorses products, such as Dyson and clothing lines on his Instagram, along with promoting perks such as free trips and hotel stays — just like most Bachelor contestants.

And let's not forget his salary for appearing on reality television. He reportedly made between $7,000 to $15,000 for his time on Bachelor in Paradise and a little bit more for The Bachelor. For reference, Sean Lowe made between $75,000 and $90,000 for his season.

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However, Nick claims he doesn't want to be famous.

"I'm very comfortable with eventually going back and selling software and looking back at this experience as just that, an experience, that I feel very fortunate to have done," he said before he was named The Bachelor. "And if nothing else, it will have been a very exciting part of my life."

We don't think Nick will be selling software again anytime soon.