Repositioning Aquatic Employment

In recent years many municipal, non-profit and private agencies have expanded their aquatic offerings while at the same time a large portion of youths that has traditionally sought aquatic-related part-time jobs have pursued other opportunities. In many metropolitan areas, the number of lifeguard and swim instructor applicants has decreased, sometimes forcing operators to hire less-qualified people. Also, university students who used to lifeguard in the summer are now seeking seasonal jobs, internships and co-ops in areas related to their major …


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