Oh, then of course. I’m looking only for those! I have no problems if there are other people in the apartment, my own bedroom is absolutely enough.
Do you actually mean shared rooms? I’m a bit scared of those.
AirBnB was the first site I checked but a decent room in San Francisco city center (Downtown/Financial Disctrict/China Town) is $80+, usually even $100+. I’m not looking outside that area as I’d need to spend extra amount of time each day just to get there.
I suppose it’s a normal price for such location in SF, isn’t it?
I’m finally going to San Francisco next month! I’m willing to spend there 6 nights (between 20th-26th). Can’t be more excited!
I have a plane ticket already booked but I’m still looking for an accomodation. Could anyone recommend me a good hotel or a room in a private house/apartment? Or maybe someone have got a friend who offers a room for tourists or does it him/herself? I’m going all by myself and I’m willing to spend all day long visiting the beautiful San Francisco city so I’d just need a place to sleep and leave my stuff.
Unfortunately the job has been taken today so we’d like to ask the moderator to mark the thread as closed. We want to say big thanks to each person that applied for the position!
I’ve got a lot to learn in this field as this is going to be my first support crew member so your comment is definitely helpful! Before posting my thread I did a little research and $200-$300 gap was an average salary for this type of job. How do I know 1-1.5 hour is enough? Because there are many days when I have only 2-3 tickets that take about 15 minutes to reply so it should all sum to that number.
@Codevz: Thank you!
I was thinking about it but after reading your details it looks like you even don’t want to pay 200$.
I’m really sad to read your comment, can you please tell me which part of my original post suggests that? I stated the minimum salary is $200 that can be higher (up to $250 and more if there are more tickets than usually), I can’t even imagine myself doing such a thing as paying less than that so please avoid such opinions.
I appreciate your comments guys.
I’ve been checking the forums before posting this thread. “Part-time” might be a bad word but I’ve described that the job involves around 1 hour of work per day, maximum of 1.5.
I’d appreciate if the forum moderator could change the topic to: “Looking for a Junior Support Staff – $200-$250 pm”. Thank you!