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Badabinski
Yeah, it sounds pretty bad, but it's good money for a colledge student (8.59 an hour, full benefits). It has great hours, as well (it's usually 2-3 hours a day, weekends optional). It isn't too hard, and you can skip work whenever you need to. It sure beats any job I've had before.
Afaceinthematrix
Really? That sounds like something that would be good to do in college. Another job that is good when your in college because you only work a few hours and get paid well is vallet parking. I knew someone who did it and he loved it. He got nice hours, above minimum wage, plus up to $80 in tips on a good night. Also, he looked forward to it. He'd sometimes look forward to going to work because he'd get to drive nice cars (like Mercedes, Jags, etc.) and get a nice tip for driving a nice car. I want to look into that in the near future when I'm in college.
Badabinski
Wow, I might need to look into that. It'd be nice to drive a good car (I have a 1993 Ford Escort Wagon). And an $80 tip sounds really nice!
paulbarter2
That sounds great! I nSouth africa you could never dream of a job like that with that pay. You need to really understand the privalige that you find yourself in and not take it for granted.
Captain Fertile
Afaceinthematrix wrote:
Really? That sounds like something that would be good to do in college. Another job that is good when your in college because you only work a few hours and get paid well is vallet parking. I knew someone who did it and he loved it. He got nice hours, above minimum wage, plus up to $80 in tips on a good night. Also, he looked forward to it. He'd sometimes look forward to going to work because he'd get to drive nice cars (like Mercedes, Jags, etc.) and get a nice tip for driving a nice car. I want to look into that in the near future when I'm in college.


Valet parking is not something you see very often, if at all here in the UK.

But I can imagine it would be a good service many hotels etc. should consider.

The closest I have come to this is a Hotel in Inverness Scotland where there were three or four parking spaces in the centre of the car park where you should park if the rest of the car park was full. You then hand the keys to reception and the car would be parked in an overflow carpark elsehere by a member of staff. You then informed reception when you needed the car and the car would be returned to the parking pace and the kyes returned to you to drive away.

A great system and tunred the negatuve apsect of a small carpark into a real positive of making the guests feel valued and cared for.
Shake
If you come across an opportunity like that, don't turn it down. You'll be hating life later.
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