National Park Village

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  • Hourly: 9.1 Hours per week: 40 The first job was in the Country Super Market, where I worked as a cashier and had a 9.1$ per hour. Great place to work, people are friendly, the managers have been also friendly with us and they taught us Spanish, and we taught them Serbian: D Otherwise within the market there is a special section where they made sandwiches, coffee and ice cream beside the registers I worked there too. In the market there were 5 of us from Serbia and two Ukrainians how much we felt as at home saying the fact that we set the Serbian flag on the roof of the market, and we were in some way attraction because of a different accent, so people were interested in who we are where we are, wanted to hear a lot about Serbia. Otherwise location is for each recommendation, to bad that I was graduate student otherwise i would again applyed to the program for the same position with the same employer. Another employer was in the Estes Park Brewery, this is a small local beer factory in whose part is the restaurant that only serves beer from the factory and gift shop, where I have worked as a food runner and had hourly rate $ 8.25 plus tip, which was about $ 50, depending on how much you get from the servers. Place realy had bunch of nations that were working there in the kitchen and they were mostly Mexicans and the rest of the staff was made up of Romanians, Moldavians, Americans, Uzbeks, and me as the only representative from Serbia. This is also a place to recommend, people are friendly, especially Mexicans who remind most of all on us: D And my third job, but not least, was the Wild Rose restaurant where I worked as a server and had rate of 5.25 dollars plus tip. Restaurant held by the Nepali people, so it was really interesting to work with such diverse people on three jobs, and from each of them you might even learn something.

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