what, thats like 5.50 quid.i dont think you get paid a huge amount, they do it for the lifestyle or they have grown up on the slopes, alot are ex racers
10% luck, 20% skill, 15% concentrated power of will, 5% pleasure, 50% pain and 100% reason to remember the name.
"What else are you going to do on a Saturday? Sit in your fucking armchair wanking off to pop idols, then trying to avoid your wifes gaze as you try to come to terms with you sexless marriage, then go and spend your wages on kebabs, fruit machines and brasses. Fuck that for a laugh. I know what i'd rather do. Tottenham away. LOVE IT"
Danny Dyer, Football Factory
No cert? Minimum wage. P/C SIA cert. level 1 is generally in the $9-11/hour range, level 2 cert. in the $13-15 range, and I'm not sure about the level 3, probably, depending on your amount of experience and where you work you could make $20+.
But if you value your ski time, I don't recommend instructing. Can be very time consuming.
1st chair films
Primary Colors Productions
Do you have certs...and are you full time? I wanted to ask you before...
I am an instructor at a state run mountain. I am full time and I have my AASI level 1, which gave me a raise when I got that. When I get my 2, I will get another raise. It really depends on how the mountain you wish to instruct at pays. I get an automatic 6.5 hours a day, 7.5 if I help ski patrol sweep (whether I teach or not). I get half of what the customer pays for a private, plus a tip (if they give one). It's nice if you can get some returning customers who request you. During holidays and weekends is when I get the most privates. I work hard, and I get paid to be on the snow. I couldn't ask for a better job.
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