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John d Brown April 25th, 2005 07:00 PM

Salary
 
I just found out that my counterparts who work on NCL American Flag based ships receive more compensation in terms of salary versus us who does the same job on their Bahamas registered ship.
I'm so upset because I work a 70 hours week and they work less and I do.

America Pride April 26th, 2005 10:25 AM

Re: Salary
 
Actually if you sit down and figure it out, they dont make that much more than you do. Their pay is based on getting paid twice a month for a 12 month periond. Add to that all of the US taxes they have to pay by working on the American fleet that you dont have to pay in the international fleet and the differences between the two shrink.

Sarahkathrin April 28th, 2005 03:57 PM

Re: Salary
 
Salary is per company, not the job. Its sad, but as an american, this job sucks for salaries. Don't take the job for the money, otherwise you will be miserable.


Paul B May 4th, 2005 08:36 AM

Re: Salary
 
Australians pay the most money..

CRUISE STAFF for PRINCESS UK - US$1200
CRUISE STAFF for DISNEY america - US$1400
CRUISE STAFF for RCCL america - US$1560
CRUISE STAFF for CELEBRITY america - US$1900
CRUISE STAFF for P & O Australia - US$2000


DJ for RCCL america - US$1720
DJ for P&O australia - US$2176


of course the ship is OZ are ****. lol. there old carnival ships 16 - 18yrs old.
but its young clientel and really fun.

hope this helps/


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