So, you want to retire on a ship ?

Here is a link to unusual jobs you can do on a cruise ship

 

 

https://www.cheatsheet.com/money-career/unusual-jobs-that-will-help-you-retire-cruise-ship.html/?a=viewall

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Odd website.  The page keeps going blank and reloading.  Did it several times.

 

 I saw librarian on the list.  I think I'd like that job.  I rarely see ship librarians in the library even during posted hours.  My guess is they're hanging out in a one of the lounges sipping drinks, eating, and chatting with beautiful Eastern European bar maids.  I'll most definitely take that job.  

I had trouble getting it to load properly, but did finally see the list. I'd be the guest lecturer, but I don't think they'd keep me long. I'd be wandering the Lido showing people the healthier, choices to make for meals, and dissuading them from choosing too many of the yummy indulgences. Shall I lecture in the bars and casinos next? LOL Wink

I'm kidding because I  don't qualify for any of them, but it would be fun to retire on a ship for a while.

 

 

.......and I’d have to dump my biscuits and gravy on you. Wink    I won’t waste the eggs Benedict.

Hahahaha - I have the gravy banned from the ship, but I do occasionally like biscuits. Big Smile

At my age, I just want to relax and enjoy my cruise.  I do have a friend who signed up after a HAL cruise to work at HALs lodge in Alaska.  She enjoy the chance to see Alaska while working up there.  She also reported that people are really sloppy when on vacation.  She had her work cut out for her.  She was happy with the experience, though. 

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