Working in a Queenstown Job
It is always nice to go away on holiday, and it is always nice to return home. Living and working in a town based on tourism means it feels like you are on holiday, even on a workday. If you are lucky enough to work in the Southern Lakes District, going to work each morning is made a little less dreary by the gorgeous scenery surrounding you.
Jobs in Queenstown and the Southern Lakes
In the past, work in the region was very seasonal, with a distinct two or three month gap between summer and winter seasons. That has all changed. With a greater number of visitors coming to the area during spring and autumn, employment seekers have a greater likelihood of finding and keeping work year round. Hospitability is an important industry in the region, and many roles in Queenstown are based in the large international hotels located along the lake. As well as vacancies in the innumerable restaurants, there are frequent work opportunities for builders, engineers, office staff, and of course, adventure guides.
Finding Queenstown Jobs
In an area as popular as the Southern Lakes, applying for a role means that applicants will be up against stiff competition. A wide career search using the Jobtonic search engine will yield a larger pool of employment results. This will give you a better understanding of the local work market, and whether posting your CV on the Jobtonic website might be useful in pursuing any opportunities.