I had 2 employers, the first one was in a fun park, I worked as ride operator and I was superb and the second was in a hotel room service where we had a lot to learn from our employer for example how the team works, and more so, we have been offering a two-day vacation in San Francisco.
About the US employer, the Santa Cruz Seaside Company, more specifically the Beach Boardwalk Amusement Park, has only words of praise. I didn't have any problem, everything was exactly as it had been said before, I worked with love, I enjoyed the whole program, I was also rewarded for the effort made not only with the preset salary but also with other awards (with money haha).
Number of hours per week: 30
Average tips: 0
As far as the job I got a ride operator position-which they are awarded. And besides there are positions: game operator, and work in fast food.
Overall, I'm not happy because I had a small number of working hours, the salary is small, but I got a raise of 25 cents. So it's not a place where you can earn good. I worked for three months, of which only paid accommodation and barely cover the program that I paid. So without second job you can not buy even food. The job is easy, indeed, have good training and this would be recommended to people aged 16-18. Accommodation is very close, which is an advantage. In the vicinity there are tourist shops, restaurants, motels, which may be potential to find another errand. It is best to look for a job at a restaurant because there is greater chance of tips. There are plenty of shops in the center, but I think it is harder to get a job here. It is not easy to find another job because there so many restaurants and so on., But who is persistent will find. If someone want to know more, let me free pie by email: email@example.com
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