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You Can Work As Santa Claus In Ontario And Make $120 Dollars A Day For Having Holiday Spirit

It's that time of year again! With the holidays quickly approaching everyone in Canada is starting to think about their Christmas shopping and making their lists. While we know that holiday shopping can be expensive, we have a festive solution that will actually make you money this Christmas. 

If you're full of holiday cheer and could sing as many Christmas carols as Buddy the Elf, why not try your best at being Santa this year? With multiple postings on Indeed.com, you can make as much as $120 a day just for having holiday spirit. 

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Science North in Sudbury, Ontario is currently looking to hire someone who is willing to act as Santa Claus for the 2018 holiday season! The right candidate will be full of holiday cheer and be good with children. 

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The job is very simple, as Santa Claus, you will be the ambassador of the North Pole for the children of Sudbury and listen to their Christmas wishes when they sit on your knee. 

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Not only will you be provided $120 per day for your work, but the shifts primarily fall on weekends and will be less than your average workday. So you get to celebrate the holidays all weekend long and get paid really well for it!

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So what are you waiting for? If you're full of Christmas spirit and are in need of some extra cash around the holidays, this is the perfect position for you. Not to mention, getting to hang out with kids all day is an added bonus. 

READ ALSO: The Toronto Christmas Market Is Bringing Back The Stunning 100 Foot Light Tunnel For 2018

You can visit the Science North website to get more information about the position available but applications will only be accepted until November 13th! If you're not close to Sudbury but still think that you would be the perfect Santa or Mrs. Claus, you can look at available positions across the province here

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