Extraordinary Jobs in Leisure by Alecia T Devantier

By Alecia T Devantier

Ever ask yourself who wrangles the animals in the course of a film shoot? What it takes to be a brewmaster? How that play-by-play announcer obtained his activity? What it's prefer to be a mystery patron? the hot

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This certification carries the designation AICI, CIM. Outlook Fair. As long as the economy prospers, there will be jobs for image consultants. Image consultants may refer clients to cosmetic dentists, vocal coaches, or plastic surgeons, while others focus mostly on clothes. Some corporate-image consultants hone in on business-related issues, such as 34 Image Consultant 35 Ginger Burr, image consultant G inger Burr was busy working as a word processor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology when she realized that she didn’t want to spend her work life in a virtual cubicle.

But indoor rinks require cooling, maintenance, and equipment. The electric, gas, and water bills are huge. A Zamboni (the vehicle used to resurface 31 32 Extraordinary Jobs in Leisure Dave Groulx, ice rink manager C anadian Dave Groulx graduated from Cornell University and spent nine years as an engineer for John Deere—but ice hockey was in his heart, and his mind was never far from the sport. Eventually, Groulx gave in to the pull of the ice, and he took a job as rink manager first in West Palm Beach, Florida, and then in Shawnee, Kansas.

Do you just love the frosty atmosphere of an ice rink? If this strikes your fancy, managing an ice rink might be the right job for you. Keep in mind, however, that you won’t be able to kick back and wait for customers to flood into your rink—you’ve got to get out there and hustle up business. Expenses are very high and profits can be low, so the more you can do to boost your bottom line, the better. Peak business is limited mostly to evenings and weekends. A rink manager must be creative in selling as many hours of ice for as many activities as possible.

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