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Old 05-07-2005, 08:52 PM   #1
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I would like to find ajob in a hostel in every cityt hat I need to find a job in. What are the best citites to find a job at a hostel between September and February? And how do you go about fiding a job at a hostel once you are in a city?
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check out greece,,,,the pink something or other
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I was able to find a job at a hostel just from staying there a few days. I ran out of money and the manager told me that I could work in the office to pay for my room. It was great, I only worked a few hours a week and got to live there for free. I loved working in the office because it gave me a chance to meet everyone that came to stay there.

So if you are going to be staying in one place for a while you can ask to talk to the manager about working at the hostel. I'd say thats the best way is face to face.
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bellas has been working in london for quite a while now im sure she will be able to help
it should be quite easy to get a job i got offered a job by one of the hostels last time i was away
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