Natives summer jobs

By adamrowden, 20 Jul '12 at 09:39

For some people the summer means topping up your tan before jetting off to some island on the Med where you can drink WKD Blue and rutt in the corner of a sticky nightclub. These people look forward to the summer more than they looked forward to Christmas when they were nine.

They cherish those perfect moments, delicious kebabs, ‘pumping’ ‘tunes’ and that feeling you get when you have lost all self-worth... Now, don’t get me wrong, this is not an attack, I quite like all of these things too - apart from the WKD Blue, the kebabs and the orange people. But I would say I fall into the other category...

You see, for some people the summer is just the bit between winters. The period where you have to work a dead-end job to pay your way before you head back out to the mountains. Well, if you are also one of these people, then you can at least take some solace in the fact that there are options out there for you. Here at Natives we advertise a wide variety of summer jobs from working in children’s camps to working in watersports or catering.

Basically, there are plenty of options out there for you, if you want to find a rad job to tie you over before your next winter. To see which jobs we have to offer you, click here.

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