Bahamas is one of the favorite, hot and evergreen tourist spot. The charisma and the aura of the place are spell- binding. It seems that nature has given it all to this place with its 15 superb and exclusive islands, beaches, and the lovely Bahamians. The location of the place is such that it brings it nearest of all the Caribbean islands. Situated a few miles away from the tip of Florida, Bahamas has everything to mesmerize its visitors and job seekers alike.
Apart from the scenic splendor, Bahamas is also admired for its ecstatic nightlife. The casinos, discos, bars, restaurants all are meant to keep up your spirits even at night.
So, as the saying goes when tourism is thriving employment requirements and vacancies are thriving too.

Caribbean - Finding Jobs, Employment

By Tommy Hayes

Employment in the Caribbean centers on tourism related jobs; bartender, waiter and waitress, SCUBA dive professional, boat crew, hotel staff, spa work like hairdresser and masseuse, hotel staff, and gym staff like fitness instructors. The key to finding a job in the Islands is to set a date for departure and contact a host of employers the week before you leave. Tell them when you are arriving and ask for an interview. Before you call, already contact apartment managers and real estate agents to find out available apartments for rent; this will allow you to preempt one of the first questions the employer will ask, "Do you have a place to stay?"

When you arrive, spend the first day, before interviews, checking out apartments. One of the biggest turn-offs for an employer is a job seeker that doesn't know where they will stay even if they are offered the job. The other turn-off is a job seeker that only has one interview lined up. If you have already done your research for apartments and can honestly say that you have several interviews, your chances of getting hired will vastly increase.

Some of the top employment destinations for U.S. and U.K. citizens are; Bahamas, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The reason that these Islands are the top job destinations is that work visas are either not required for U.S. and U.K. citizens or they are very easy to obtain. Another reason is that English is the primary language in all of the Islands listed above.

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