What do personal trainers get paid when working in a cruise ship?
IT depends on how much you sell, you work based on commission. Seen guys make 1500+ a week, also seen guys make 300 a month.. Average is probably around 1500 a month.. But plusside; you travel, sleep and eat for free.
Most trainers working at a training facility are either receiving a full time income or are working part-time and love what they do. The kind of training they do will largely determine their income. Some trainers do nothing but group classes and earn a good living while some trainers earn a substantial income doing only private, in-home training.
Being a personal trainer, i have worked at 6 different gyms counting the one i am working at now, some pay more and some pay less. at my first gym i only got paid $20 an hour, the one i am working at now pays me $36 an hour. it depends on how many people you can fit into your schedule and how long they want to be trained
How much professional dancers get paid depends on the type of dancer they are, and where they are working. For example, a dancer on Broadway will make a minimum base pay of $1807.00. Dancers in music videos get $475.00 for the day. They also get paid for rehearsal time as well. Las Vega shows very by show, dancers can be paid anything from $620.00 - $1,600 per week. Those on cruise ships make approximately $400.00…
One guy said he was one of the trainers for Shamu and made $250,000 or higher! Who ever told you that was very mistaken! Trainers might make $25,000 after they have been there for a while. Trainers are one of the better paid jobs at Seaworld and the pay varries..but don't expect to get rich. Trainers sure aren't there for the money, or any animal care professional for that matter. I've hardly been makin enough…
"Cruise insurance can help in a number of ways. If the cruise you're taking is cancelled, then you may be able to obtain a partial refund for the price you paid for the tickets. You may also be able to collect on credit card purchases made during the cruise if the merchant does not deliver the promise they gave you."
yes, they get paid for their work. if you are still in school and haven't finished your degree yet, you get paid. if you have a degree but aren't licensed yet, you are still an architectural intern and get paid as well. although it all depends on where you are working. if you are working for a big name architect somewhere, you probably won't get paid.