Again, the only thing I said about visas is that all people, regardless of color or job title is expected to work the front lines when the visas run out.
Again, why do you assume visa = non white. Many, if not most of the ski instructors were white male Christians from Western Europe. They were on a visa and disappeared towards the end of the season. You are making quite a few racist assumptions while trying to be a social justice warrior.
Also, many of the entry level non white visa workers I worked with at deer valley seemed to be rich Brazilian kids taking a break from college. They told me that they were leaving before the visa runs out so they can go to Vegas and “spend it all”. The pack of about a dozen Brazilian lifties did indeed leave sooner then others. Again, you are making racist assumptions.
my point was there are non white customers at the most luxurious ski resort in the world. The ski resort doesn’t care about your race of job title, they expect you to pitch in as a team when needed. Skiing isn’t racist, park skiing embraces black dominated music genres, fashion, Ebonics. Skiing isn’t racist, there isn’t anything ski resorts are purposely doing to discriminate. They will gladly take you some regardless of color or if you snowboard, snow bike, snow blade, ski, etc. Skiing has low non white participation due to economics.
eheathThats not what I said, at all, but because of J1 visa, as you know, there are many non-white employees that work entry level jobs at resorts aka minimum wage jobs, food/bev, lifty, lodging. Its not an assumption, its true that many resorts hire non-white people for many entry level jobs. This has nothing to do with non-entry level jobs as we aren't talking about that, you literally just brought it up.
I was wondering why you posed such a stupid fucking question when you know that resorts hire 100s of J1 employees every year and they struggle to fill those positions without J1 workers.