I'm from the Manila, Philippines & I will be having an interview for an overseas job (as a cook) in Miami, FL. I would like to know how much is the average salary/month of a cook/kitchen position working for a hotel? I am asking because if I do take this job, it'll require me to shell out quite a lot of...
1. john m
First......get a tourist visa and pay a visit.
second ...when (You are a Professional) you get hire for an American (serious) Company ,The company give You a "moving" allowance of a few thousand US Dollars.
and the last...
there are several CROOKS "companies", that fake to be a Hotels hiring departments and telling the story of: You are hired for the hotel chain of "FIVE STARS RESORT"(fake name" and You have to pay X Thousand of dollars for Re-training ,Visa,Accommodations,etc....
is not limited to hotels ...is also in the modeling, flight attendance,dancers,actress,etc.
DON'T GET DISAPPOINT.......
What I am saying is double check and do not expend any money from your pocket,let the company,whom is hiring You, do it for You
After all ,they will get that money back from the taxes.
a line cook,more or less.25k
a sub chef 35k
an executive chef 45k to 70k(will depend on the clientelle)
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