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Are the adventurous type? Not someone who wants to sit in a cubicle all day, but a person who wants to get out, see the world, meet people, and experience new sights and sounds?
It's people like you who are perfectly suited to work on a cruise ship or perform one of the other cruise line industry jobs.

The cruise ship industry is one of the fastest growing job sectors in the world. Over the last four years, major cruise lines have introduced 64 new cruise ships. Going forward it is predicted that five to ten new luxury liners will be built every year, and the number of cruise lines work force worldwide is expected to triple by the year 2009. With that growth there has been an equally impressive boom in the number of available jobs.

A wide array of jobs are available aboard any of these cruise ships. And many entry-level jobs are available, too, ranging from deckhands, ship officers, and maintenance crew to hotel staff, gift shop staff, entertainers, tour guides, food and beverage workers (bartenders, waiters, cocktail servers, etc.), naturalists, and recreation and fitness directors.

Cruise line jobs can be so addictive, that many crew members find it quite difficult to live on land after completing a contract aboard a cruise ship.

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