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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mattyjacko Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 February 2014 at 00:00
Lol I always do this. Write a long reply in a thread ten realise it is an old or dead thread haha. When I said 1200 I meant in a non eurocamp job to comare regular earnings to working on a campsite.
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I think you do it for the experience and the chance to travel and meet new people. Let's face it, has to be better than being here! I think I'd go regardless of the money, as you say, you can get £1200 per month in a job in the uk, but it'll cost you more than half that to live so if I get travel, accommodation and some beer money plus the chance to sit out in the sun in my fee time I'm happy!
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-Yes i know this is a response in 2016, but thought i'd say a few things about
working on the sites...as i have worked for a few in the past years.

-there are good and bad aspects for working for some of these
companies, hopefully i'll get round to posting a few on here.

-IF you are thinking of working through the season cleaning
those lovely mobile homes, bit of advice when applying...

-it's worth asking at the interview stage-how many mobiles you
are likely to be cleaning during an average day....

-talking to other reps/ couriers/ ground handlers and from my
own personal experience, believe me FOUR MOBILES, is an
absolute maximum for your average worker...after three, it can
get tiresome.

-if your interviewer claims that they wouldn't be sure what
the maximum would be, i would seriously doubt that, they
should know..and they probably do, but don't want to say.

-not to put anyone off of course, just thought i'd put it out there...
-hope to add to this post soon, look forward to replies...




Edited by eurochrissy - 08 October 2016 at 22:45
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