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it's a fun and outgoing job with travel and always being on the water you get to see some amazing things and some not so amazing . the job pays around 50k a year or more if there is work. 55k for harvest captains plus truck allowance cell phone gas card and credit card . there is no job sustainability and the wages are low and they give you time and a half from minimum after your 88 hours for two weeks which means if you already make alittle more than 15$ an hour your not getting anything extra but your normal wage . caped around 19 an hour if your with Kelly's cove but a not known amount but lower closer to 17 in true north harvesting division. also danger pay for Kelly's but not true north but only on the day you go out and it's not considered all that fit out side . but it's not even 30 cents an hour more so who overly cares . and job advancement happens alot faster in Kelly's cove . they will block your transfers though because they are always short handed seen more people come and go then I have fingers and toes. in 3 years . the work is long and hard and very time consuming the weather is freezing cold and if you get sea sick not for you the clothing provided barley keeps the cold out I mean you still can't feel your face feet hands and may lose feeling in other body parts . with random start and ending times everyday your work schedule is always changing and have to call in multiple times a day to find out about work . and if you already talked to them 10 times that day but missed there call for real and work started an hour and a half after you were notified. - more...
hotels and ferrys as well as some food allowance, some what survivable clothing for conditions paid for., decent management, and if you like traveling some times its not bad
not reliable for hours . stuck under the wrong department because of budgets .
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