"In line 7, set aProperty to a string of the first property in james (ie. the job property).
Then print james's job using bracket notation and aProperty."
So, this is tricky, because it seems like you have everything already to begin with. However, it specifically is wanting you to print james's job using bracket notation and aProperty. So bracket notation, using aProperty, and has to print jame's job...Noting all those elements, your aProperty should show up in your code like this:
And in fact, while james.job might work in other cases, you will get undefined by that in this case. You are taking the job property from var james above and printing that to the console therefore you should change james.job back to "job". Later on, when you get to lessons that deal with NYC (starting at 9.) Snoopy, (12.) and Penguins (16.) you will go more indepth into this.
Note: I, and others, have also experienced when putting in the correct code that it comes back as wrong but when you refresh or retry it comes out correct. For example: this discussion ---> https://discuss.codecademy.com/t/whos-in-your-bracket-5-30/70054