Are You Big-Hearted? These Jobs Might Be Suitable For You

So, you are a big-hearted person and you just love helping others. Well, here is a list of care-giving jobs that could just be the right job for you:
Amusement Park Attendants
Don’t ever underestimate them! They are the guys and girls at the theme parks who make it all happen! They set up games, operate ride machines, clean up games and ride areas and collecting tickets. So, imagine what will it be if they weren’t there! It may look easy, but there’s definitely a lot of work involved in this job.
What it takes: You’ll need a whole lot of stamina and the ability to do repetitious tasks with a smile. Besides that, you must be able to feel comfortable in crowds, noise and laughter. As for some positions, you may even need to be physically strong to lift up certain objects.
Where the jobs are: If you patronize amusement parks regularly, you already know where all of them are. If you don’t, flip through the Yellow Pages to find the different theme parks, amusement parks, go-cart rental places, miniature-golf courses, waterslide parks and skating rinks. If you just want a temporary job, you can check the newspaper for upcoming small-towns carnivals or country fairs.
What this job could lead to: Be prepared, this job could lead to so much fun as an amusement park manager, camp director, city recreation worker, hotel manager or any other positions in the customer service line.
Zookeeper’s Helper
If you love animals, this is definitely the job for you! Zookeeper’s helper assists zookeepers to take care of the animals. Here’s a brief description of what your tasks will be like.
-Prepares special animal diets.
-Clean animals’ enclosures.
-Assist Zookeepers to raise very young animals.
-Monitor the animals for any signs of illness, injury, eating disorders or behavior change.
-Answers questions raised by visitors and ensure that they follow the zoo’s rules.
What it takes: You’ve just got to love animals and be able to follow directions to a T. At the beginning, you’ll need to be physically strong to help the zookeeper with some tough tasks. Besides that, you have to be able to learn new things quick and be extremely safety conscious.
Where the jobs are: Zoos of course! As for similar jobs, you can find them in animal safari theme parks, circuses or nature preserve exhibits.
However, no matter how much you love animals, if you’re allergic to animals’ fur or dander, don’t even go near to any of these animal care-giving jobs! Instead, you can find a position with an animal advocacy group, a publication about animals, or somewhere that doesn’t deal directly with the furry critters!
Are you interested in any of the jobs mentioned above? If you are, apply them and show your love and care today!

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