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    Seasonal positions

    Does anyone have any info on seasonal jobs at WDW? Are there minimum hours, days, shifts you have to work to stay as an employee?
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    5 days per year with no longer than 5 months between each day that you work. this is supposedly the idea. i am in merchandise, but, custodial, food, entertainment (not sure on that one), and many more. if you call the casting center (407) 824.1000 i think is the phone number...they can help you more
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    Thanks a lot! I have friends that tell me to do it. I've heard of people who live up by me who work seasonal. Just work a few days per year. Very long commute though!
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    hey...it's only two hours...by plane...I commute two hours by car
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    Very true. And since I usually get airline tickets for about $40-$44 one way, it's worth looking into.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Summer Sun View Post
    hey...it's only two hours...by plane...I commute two hours by car
    With air travel the way it is now, you can spend more time waiting for your flight than actually flying.
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    Sorry, my post was WAY off topic. I should have read the thread title before I posted!!!!!
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