There is your answer!
I've had #7, #8, #3, and am now working on #4. #9 could still happen, but it would be in the world of BC where for women, unless you are one of the top 5, you aren't making any money. So I'll stick with #4.
If you can get into the interactive part of a resorts marketing department, you would be pretty much golden. Or marketing for one of the many summer/yearround camps. Just be prepared to accept low pay. The one thing to keep in mind is if you are in marketing. All powder days you will go skiing... but it will likely be for photoshoots where not much skiing actually happens. I loved my job, but it had its highs and lows.
I will say this, I worked at probably one of the best ski shops in the US as far as just being a good shop, and being a good shop to work at. I made as much working retail as I did at my marketing job... but, I got health insurance and way better discounts. We were also all scheduled so that we got to ski at least 5 to 6 days a week depending on how busy it was. We also got to take out any demo skis that we wanted on weekdays. It was really wonderful. If there had been any chance at all of me moving up in the company with out someone dying I may have stayed. But alas, anyone who works there has a tendency to stay working there for a really really long time.
Now... I make websites (mostly directed at the action sports industry, just did one for a pro surfer's printing company, before that I did a bikini company) and I write about skiing (I have a few articles coming out online and 1 as of yet in print this year). Sometimes the money is tight, but I have way more freedom.