If you want to be successful, you'll be putting in 15-30 hours a week from February to April and 50-80 hours in the regular season. I personally worked about 30 in the preseason and 90 in the summer.
Answered - Owner/Operator (Current Employee) - Whitby, ON
Essentially, the more time you put in, the greater return and skills you're going to get back.
Hours are weekends and a few hours some evenings during the academic year. And full time during the summer, anywhere between 40 and 60 hours a week.
Answered - Owner/Operator (Former Employee) - Port Colborne, ON
You make your own hours. Depends how well you can manage your business.
Answered - Owner/Operator (Former Employee) - Outaouais, QC
January-April: 15-20 hours/week; May-June: 50-80 hours/week; July-August: 40-70 hours/week. The truth is though, one of the beauties of running your own business is that there is nobody telling you how many hours you have to work. The above is what it takes to be successful but I have seen people go and have gone below and above those amounts, in my experience.
Answered - Operator (Current Employee) - Whitby, ON