What other job requires you to travel all over the planet while your bank account grows by thousands of dollars every month? Cruise ship employment is your answer. Cruise Ship Employment Guide is the only guide you need to find work on a cruise ship.
You’ll typically earn anywhere from $1500 to over $5000 USD per month, depending on position. More importantly, you will have almost ZERO expenses as your room, meals and even medical coverage are provided for free. This allows you to save up to 90% of every paycheck. The reality is, where else can you save $10,000 – $20,000+ in less than six months?
Sure, you may work between 40-60 hours per week (over 7 days), but you’ll have plenty of free time to live it up while on board. You’ll have access to crew bars, crew lounges, dining areas, internet cafes, hot tubs, swimming pools, a crew gym and even a crew-only sunbathing deck, not to mention endless (and usually crazy) crew parties and theme nights!
Working on board a cruise ship is more than a job, it’s a valuable path to future opportunities. You’ll be able to do a ton of global networking with other crew members, with locals in every port of call and with the passengers, and you never know where your conversations will lead!
But applying for cruise ship jobs is not the same as applying for a job on land. The rules are different, the process is complicated and to put it simply, it’s near impossible to do on your own. Without knowing the specific steps involved, cruise lines just won’t notice you and your resume won’t even get a first glance.
Of course, there are “Cruise Agencies” floating around that make some pretty wild claims, such as making guarantees that they’ll get you a cruise ship job within a few weeks. Of course, all you need to do is pay them a ridiculous amount of money first. And unfortunately, the sad fact is that once you part with your money, these agencies often do very little to help you at all.
So if you want to work on a cruise ship:
- Forget about unofficial cruise ship recruitment agencies
- Forget about paying for access to ‘private’ cruise ship job databases that don’t really exist
- Forget about paying someone who claims to send your resume to 300+ cruise lines
All you need to land a job on board cruise ships is to know exactly how the actual hiring process works. Only then will you be in a position to get hired.
Here’s what you’ll get in the Cruise Ship Employment Guide:
Job descriptions & salaries. Includes over 60 incredible ship positions for you to apply for, most of which you don’t even know exist.
Cruise line comparison tool. Choose the cruise lines you want to work for by learning exactly what kind of crew environment each one offers. (Trust me, some cruise lines you don’t want to apply to.)
Apply in minutes. (seriously, minutes!) Step-by-step, point and click application wizard that allows you to apply to over 18 major cruise lines in a matter of minutes. The process couldn’t be any easier.
Successful sample resumes. Discover the only resume format that will immediately grab the attention of every cruise line. (Hint: Your current resume is not in the proper format.)
Must-know interview secrets. Know exactly what to expect, what to say and what NOT to say so that you leave your interviewer with absolutely no choice but to hire you. These are the insider tips that will separate you from the every other applicant.
Ship life FAQs. Uncover the answers to every question you would ever need to know. You’ll walk up the gangway of your first ship with the confidence of an experienced Captain.
You’ll basically be kidnapping two veteran crew members and making them expose every single detail, trick and secret that has already landed them lucrative jobs on 15 different cruise ships.
And with over 170 pages of material, you won’t have to waste hours and hours of your time on useless research.
You can download Cruise Ship Employment Guide today and have your applications sent in to the cruise lines by tonight.
By the way, the information in THIS GUIDE WORKS FOR EVERYONE, no matter where you’re from or what country you live in. Read more…