Ever wonder what your life would be like some place different – what you would be like someplace different?
Now is your chance to find out
Frequently Asked Questions
You need to be at least 18 years old.
Our seasonal position range in type. Some of what is available will depend on the location you’re interested in. In general, the most common types of positions we’ve placed seasonal employees in the past include grocery store workers, lifeguards, restaurant servers, and amusement park workers (ride operators, ticket booth, etc.).
Companies that need extra help in specific seasons are in areas that experience a high degree of tourism that requires more staff than they can hire locally. This includes beach towns along the East and Gulf Coasts, family-oriented towns in middle America that have lots of hotels and attractions like Sandusky, Ohio or Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, and winter destinations such as Colorado that still experience tourism in the summer such as Denver.
Rate of pay is determined by your future employer and will vary depending on position, experience and company pay scale. In general, seasonal workers should be paid the same as their local counterparts with similar levels of experience. Hourly rate will always meet or exceed minimum wage and will be clearly outlined in each job offer along with any other bonuses or incentives the company provides.
This also looks differently depending on where you go and what types of accommodations are available. In most of our beach towns, housing is secured through local property owners who have rooms or houses to share. In other areas companies have converted hotels into seasonal employee housing that’s similar to a hostel or dormitory-style housing. And in some cases, short term leases are available for apartments or condos. We will provide the best option(s) in each area where we offer seasonal placements.
We are here for you throughout this experience. If you have any concerns with your employer or your housing, we ask that you reach out to us to let us know and give us an opportunity to work with you and your employer (or housing provider) to resolve and address your concerns before you decide to end your employment.