Hours per week: 36-39
Average tip: no
My first job was in the gift shop but my experience here was very bad. Managers were just jerks and the atmosphere at work was a disaster. A lot of people gave it fired or received. I'm here fired a month later. It is positive that they gave me ok Hours in June, so I did not lose money like some who had after less than 20 hours a week in June. They wanted to keep me because I have been useful, but constantly flashed sparks between me and the manager of the two that are just scum. I wrote my two mock warning. Anyway, I planned to quit in those days because I just found a tad much better job in a sandwich shop. The experience that I was the opposite. Wonderful people, organized in a job where you know exactly what your responsibilities are, easily, and free food. Here I saved a lot on food because I almost stopped to buy in the supermarket. I worked from late June to late September. 7.75 hourly rate and the number of hours varied from 36 to 39 a week. At third week of September reduced because there are no more people. I worked on the first shift which is great because I did not have to be a housekeeper that would tired of me.
The second job was a waiter in dinner the Boardwalk. Relaxed work, only customers can be so exhausting. Greece holds the family restaurant, and tend to be hysterical but then cool and everything is ok. $ 2 an hour (so pay everywhere) plus tip, which is an average of $ 70 a day. Sometimes doing five hours per shift and sometimes 8 (weekends). Not a lot of money but for me it was enough not finance everything I wanted, and more. Yet this is the type of restaurant where people often sit only on a slice of pizza and order a glass of water, a tip is to none. Great tip in a fine dining restaurant but there are looking for a lot of experience and knowledge of food and wine, the perfect English and do not speak. Sometimes turn a blind eye to a beautiful girl;)
Interesting experience to the job, but I'm counting down the days until the start of the trip which is why I came to America. I traveled for three weeks - New York, Washington, Philadelphia, LA, Palm Springs ... worth it. Go to California instead of hyped Miami, it is much better.
My employer, Brett, was more than friendly. He had several facilities and immediately offered me another job. Everything was according to regulation. I had accommodation with him, there was not much l...
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