Young energetic men or women wanted to fill several vacancies, and be your own boss!
Requirements: Good quality Ride-on mower, medium sized trailer, tow bar on car, pair of solid ramps, large petrol can.
Job Description: Estate Management. The candidates will care for grassed areas of absentee owner homes. The candidates must be prepared to travel short distances, and work an eight hour day (minimum).
Financial outlay: An initial investment of between €3,000 and €4,000 for equipment; recoupable within a month or two.
Expected Annual Income: The candidates can expect to earn between €40,000 and €50,000 per annum; with plenty of opportunities for more.
Work Load: The candidates must expect to be in high demand, and like others in the same occupation he or she must be prepared to turn away clients due to excessive work load.
Work Environment: Outdoors in dry weather only. Hay fever sufferers need not apply.
Please, please; will someone please apply! You are desperately needed.
If I were younger and didn't have a family, or hayfever...I might just think about it.ReplyDelete
We've been hunting for a gardener for ages, they have all said the same thing "Too much work". However, I think we may now have found someone; he'll come to see what needs to be done! I just hope he says "OK".Delete
How can riding around on a ride-on for an hour and a half once a fortnight be too much work? Plenty of garden maintenance men around here would happily do it.ReplyDelete
Send them over! It's amazing, with all the unemployment around, that for a small investment someone could start a profitable business, where work is guaranteed. Yet no-one can be bothered.Delete
You're in the wrong country. Other youTube videos I watch are garden clean-ups in the good old USof A. Its big business over there and the work they do turning jungles into neat backyards is amazing.ReplyDelete
Hope you find your grounds keeper
I'm hoping we have found someone, but he has yet to come and see us.Delete
I know this moment when you tell yourself that you have no more power to do all the work and then it is impossible to find someone else to do it.ReplyDelete
I would do it if I was here, it's just that we'll be away, and I really don't want to come back next year to how it was a month ago.Delete
I would apply but it sounds like hard work to me. Would I be able to swim in the pool as long as I didn't p.... pollute the pool.ReplyDelete
You'd be making so much money, you could install your own pool and p** in it to your heart's content!Delete
The rural work scene has all gone tits up since the French had their revolution.ReplyDelete
The paysanes now do nothing but knit and eat cake.Delete
In the US, there are people with good businesses working as landscapers. A friend has a a small lawn space with a long driveway with wood chips and shrubs. They mow and trim shrubs biweekly then use a leaf blower to clear the asphalt drive and this is $1,200 each visit. In 1 hour everything is complete with 2 people working.ReplyDelete
$600 an hour for garden work seems slightly excessive. I could fly out from England, hire a car, cut the grass, and return for a lot less than $600.Delete
A fellow comes round here once a week, with a huge mower and small equipment on a trailer. In an hour or so he has mowed three acres, weed wacked, cleaned up and gone.ReplyDelete
Does he travel? He's just what I'm looking for!Delete