Working At A Caribbean Resort
Every time someone asks me what I do for a living, I tell them that I have a resort job in Hawaii and their immediate reply is “how can I get a job like that?”
The job I’m talking about is a Resort Ambassador job at a top resort. How would you like to be able to choose your new job from 5500 resorts in 85 countries?
Today I can pick any location I want to discover by working at a resort in that area. Free housing and airfare provided as well as an executive income to boot!
You see it wasn’t always like that. Coming out of university I never had the opportunity to travel nor did I have the money to even think about it.
Luckily for me I found a want ad in our local newspaper. That ad went something like this… “work on the beaches of Dominican Republic (Caribbean), no experience needed”. Needless to say I was first at the interview, and 2 weeks later I was roasting myself on a beach in Costambar, DR.
For over 20 years I’ve worked and traveled to places like, Europe, Hawaii, Mexico, Dominican Republic, USA, Asia, etc, without ever paying for airline tickets!
Today because of a family members’ illness I was forced to retire. Now I enjoy helping others achieve the same lifestyle I was blessed with for over 20 years.
I now run a site that lists Resort Jobs opportunities worldwide. If you enjoy skiing or snowboarding and would love to spend more time on the hills while earning good money, I have the resort job for you. Same goes for golfers, surfers, beach lovers, I have jobs for you too.
In my travels I’ve met doctors and lawyers who left their practices to work at golf resorts so they could spend more time on the golf course and making over $150K a year!
The easiest way to get a resort job that pays big bucks is to apply as a Resort Ambassador or OPC (Off Property Consultant). What’s great about being a Resort Ambassador is that your job consists of hanging on the beaches, bars, restaurants as well as anywhere tourists hang out, and hand out VIP invitations.
Let’s suppose you were on vacation at some exotic location and someone offer you $200 cash for 1.5 hours of your time to visit and have dinner at a new resort. Would you go? Sure you would. What if I told you that for you accepting the VIP invitation, I received $250 for inviting you! How many could you invite in a week?
Friends of mine working in Mexico and the Caribbean earns over $2-$3000 a week doing just that. And they all started with no experience. There are many departments within the resort that are always looking to fill positions.
Most of the top resorts in the world are hiring Resort Ambassadors (OPC)to promote their resort. Disney Vacations, Marriott’s, Sheraton’s, Hyatt’s just to name a few.
If you want to change you life and put a lot of adventure in it, this is the best job you will ever experience.
Daniel D. Roy
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