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Looking for a Ski Industry Job?

Looking for a Ski Industry Job?

[ May 25, 2010 - 4:25pm ]

Folsom's edges are 2.1 mm thick and wrap around the entire ski.

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If you've always dreamed up quitting that 9-to-5 accounting job and moving to the mountains, now just might be your chance. Ski Magazine has a list of the 10 best jobs in the ski industry—from ski photographer to boutique ski manufacturer—with tips on how to get into that job and even companies that are now hiring.

Jordan Grano, the owner of Folsom Custom Skis, a custom ski manufacturer in Colorado, perhaps put it best when he said, "When your passion is your job, you never work a day in your life. To have a chance to affect the industry you love in a positive way and help people enjoy their time skiing is what motivates me.”

Ski Magazine has compiled a list of 10 of the best jobs in the ski industry—and how to land one of them. So if you're looking to ditch that desk job you despise and find a job that comes with perks like free gear, powder-day clauses, and travel to top ski destinations, this might be your chance.

Oh, and by the way, Skiing Magazine is looking for interns for the fall if you're interested.

Folsom: Edges

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