In these difficult times, there is a lot of uncertainty surrounding the industry. Cruise ships, too, are currently anchored until Covid-19 has passed.
However one thing is certain: Cruise ships will reopen and start sailing again as soon as they are able to do so safely. When they do, there will be a huge demand for on-board hairdressers as the London Wellness Academy has recently expanded and added new ships into their portfolio.
The London Wellness Academy consultants in South Africa would love to answer any questions you have about a contract at sea, and would love to do a formal interview with you (online if needed!) so that you can be wait-listed for when the ships start sailing again.
After coronavirus the industry is likely to change, and many salons may find their circumstances changing, too. When change is inevitable this is your chance to use it as a springboard, and take the chance to do something totally different – have an adventure, see the world, and make the most of the changes to achieve your bucket-list of dreams.
You will arrive back on South African shores having had the experience of a lifetime, gained huge skill and experience, and also with a nestegg of savings that you can use to make a strong comeback. On board ship, it is far easier to accumulate savings quickly while working on board, as you have no accommodation or transport costs, and the income you receive is tax-free.
If you would like to find out more, sign up now for your confidential interview HERE.
Alternatively, email Nadine Brits on email@example.com and she will answer any questions you have.
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