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The Calgary Stampede Is Hiring 3,500 People This Year & You Can Apply

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Calgary Stampede 2020 Jobs Are Hiring 3,500 People Starting Next Month

If you’re looking for a new summer job then listen up. The Calgary Stampede 2020 jobs are opening next month and hiring 3,500 people for one of the most legendary summer jobs. Applications are opening in March 2020, so if you don't have an updated resume on hand, you may want to get started. The most amazing part is that some positions don’t require any previous experience. 

From the food to the music, the Calgary Stampede is a wild party every year. While attending the event is fun, you can have just as much fun working it and getting paid. 

Lucky for you, the stampede is hiring very soon and we have the inside scoop just for you. 

According to an email sent to Narcity by the Calgary Stampede, around 3,500 people are going to be hired for this massive annual event. 

Anyone interested in applying can do so directly through the Calgary Stampede's. This is where all the applications and positions will be posted and easily accessed. 

Should your application stick out amongst the rest and be accepted, you will receive an invitation in May to attend the Calgary Stampede job fair. 

The wages vary as each role is different. But whether you are working as a server or in the ticket booths, you are bound to have fun given the atmosphere. 

The company's website explains that positions needing to be filled include guest services, cashiers, security, ushers, bartenders, servers, dishwashers, cooks, and maintenance. And that’s only to name a few. 

There are, however, some requirements for every applicant including being 15 years of age or older, legally able to work in Canada, and available to work all 10 days of the stampede. 

You must also complete a criminal background check. 

Should you make it through the application process, be prepared to strap on your cowboy boots and work from July 3 to 12. 

Some controversy ensued last year during the event, which provoked public figures such as Pamela Anderson to speak up.

The Calgary Stampede has been taking place since the 80s.

If you're looking to make some money and spend 10 days of fun and sun on the Stampede grounds, this might be your ticket.

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