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Winter Season Jobs, Seasonal Winter Jobs
by: Saim Mayor

What else would a ski bum want from life except to keep doing the thing that he loves and get paid for it! Belonging to a nation that has over 750 ski areas, any skier would be ecstatic to find a ski resort that needs help. The ski resorts are there, one just has to find a job to match his or her experience and abilities from being able to work in the lodge to being a ski instructor.

The average work week of a Winter Season Ski Resort Employee stretches between 35 and 45 hours with fun days off on weekdays. One gets to beat the weekend crowds and enjoy wholesome benefits offered by the employers including free season passes and ski shop discounts. Also, if the employer provides dorm-style accommodations at reasonable rates or offers assistance with finding apartments or roommates along with the paycheck, a ski enthusiast will be in heaven. A good idea would be to ask about this first before assuming that the employer doesn’t care.

All resorts provide their statistics and necessary information regarding current conditions, the base snow, the percentage of trails for each level skier and the lesson programs offered. It is always important to check that first before booking a trip.

Ski resorts are mostly open in summers, too as even if the snow goes away, there is the natural scenery to consider. If the resorts are open, the jobs are open, too mainly for sightseeing summer visitors to mountain bikers.

Because of a recent boom in snowboarding, ski areas are attracting a lot of domestic and international vacationers and that means big business and lots of winter season jobs. Every autumn ski bums and tourists head over to resorts from all over the world to relax and experience the high-speed chairlifts and the well-groomed slopes. Many of them are eager to a place to live and a job to score. The work schedule is truly hectic but the worker can still get the experience of a lifetime.

The good thing is you can be an aspiring skier and still get a job grooming slopes, selling lift tickets and greeting visitors. A friendly and helpful hotel and restaurant staff is highly appreciated by both the employees and the visitors. A satisfied visitor means return visits and more jobs.

Advanced terrains are a must for an expert skier and most ski resorts, located in North America offer advanced trails but it is always beneficial to check first. An expert skier can easily find a Winter Season Job as a ski instructor.

A typical Winter Ski Season varies by mountain, by location as well as snowfall with five to six months being the average range in a normal winter that gets average snowfall. Killington Ski Resort in northeast America has the longest ski season from November to April, as it gets 250 inches of natural snow each year. Mammoth Mountain Ski Area in western

America enjoys a loner season from November to sometimes July.

Hundreds of new winter Season Jobs can be found on our website at Our website is regularly updated for the new Seasonal Winter Jobs opportunities. So please keep visiting our website and apply for your desired winter Seasonal Jobs.

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About The Author
Saim Mayor is the lover of Resorts. He likes to write about resorts. He works for kareeve ( ) also host

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