How to get dancing jobs abroad

If you're an outgoing person who loves to party and loves the sunshine, dancing jobs abroad might seem like a dream opportunity. After all, there are very few opportunities than pay you to hit the clubs every night to dance! And as an added bonus, you'll get very fit in just a couple of weeks. If you're still interested, there are a number of things to consider before accepting dancing jobs abroad:

  • In some places there is no such thing as employment laws regarding discrimination or even political correctness. They want their dancers to be young, thin and good looking. You've got to be thick skinned when applying for dancing jobs, and don't take it personally if you don't get the first job you apply for. Remember that you'll probably face a lot of competition for each vacancy.
  • It goes without saying that you'll have to be an excellent dancer. The recruiter will likely ask for a number of performances (for which you won't get a chance to prepare) in order to assess your skills on the dancefloor.
  • It's a good idea to visit the club several times before accepting a position there. You might find that a cub that looks high class during the day time serves a very rough crowd at night. Be sure to check out the security arrangements.
  • Find out exactly what's expected of dancers. Are you being hired as a professional entertainer or as scantily clad eye candy? Will you be expected to sell shots or interact with customers?


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