For many snowboard instructors their job on the snow is their first job and some are not really aware how much they earn and how much they need for living. As snowboard instructors are normally paid at hourly rates, it's not only the sum that you earn, but also, what's included: Are all working hous paid and how many hours can you work per day? It's possible the hourly rate is quite low at one school but that at the end of the season you have more money on your bank account than someone with a higher wage. Accomodation, food, transport, journey are all factors that you need to take into consideration to calculate your earnings. Finally you need to take into account that the seasons at one resorts can be shorter than at another: Zermatt with its glacier and much higher infrastructure has certainly a longer season than for example a low lying resort as Wildhaus in the Toggenburg.

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