FACT: The Seafood Industry Contributes $5.8 Billion Dollars
and 78,500 Jobs to the Alaskan Economy...
Here's How YOU Can Get A Job In the
Alaska Commercial Fishing Industry!
The Alaska commercial fishing industry employs over 78,000 people every year from
countries around the world. Working in the industry is a great way to save money
quickly by working for a few months on contract, then take time off to travel, study, or to
do whatever you would like AND still have a job waiting for you whenever you're ready.
I'm Thomas Carroll and I worked in the Alaska Commercial Fishing Industry for 6 seasons.
I worked on a tender boat, a land plant, a processor barge, and a catcher/processor,
performing a variety of job functions.
It was a wild ride, and I always made enough money to travel (or whatever else I wanted
to do) after the fishing season.
There were several reasons why I enjoyed working in the industry, and I'm sure you can
identify with most (or all) of them. Some of the things I enjoyed were...
FREE room and board (4 all-you can eat meals a day, plus snacks!)
FREE round-trip transportation from the point of hire to Alaska
FREE laundry service
Thousands of dollars earned every month (lots of overtime!)
Jobs I could return to almost any time of year
No transportation needed to get back and forth from work (saved time too)
Work for 3 months, then break to travel for 3 months or more
A series of adventures I will never forget...
Because of my experience in the industry, I get a lot of questions from interested
Q) Is it dangerous?
A) It can be. Some jobs (like crab fishing) are extememly dangerous. Others (like
processing) are no more dangerous than work at a typical factory. Most jobs
are not dangerous.
Q) How old do you need to be? And how old is too old?
A) Almost all jobs require that you be just 18 years old or older. There are thousands
of positions available for older people (it is not uncommon to see people in their
50s and 60s working as processors).
Q) Can women get jobs in the industry?
A) Yes! Women fill thousands of jobs in a variety of positions from processing
Q) What are the qualifications for a job?
A) Not much. For processing jobs, experience in factories can help, but is not
required. While many jobs require a good level of physical strength and fitness,
most jobs just require that you put in long work days. Fishermen almost always
start out as processors or with no experience at all (called "greenhorns").
Q) How much can I earn?
A) Processors earn around $2,400 to $5,000 a month, while fisherman typically
earn $5,000 to $10,000 a month.
Q) How can I get a job in the Alaska Commercial Fishing Industry?
A) To answer this question I have written a 42 page report called...
"Alaska Fisherman! How to Get A Job In the
Alaska Commercial Fishing Industry"
Many people would LOVE to get a coveted job in Alaska, but they don't know
how to do it.
My report will help you. One of the most valuable assets one can have when
looking for employment in the Alaska Commercial Fishing Industry (besides
persistence) is to have a list of several potential employers.
With such a list you can apply to dozens and dozens of companies together,
thus increasing the speed and potential of landing a job in Alaska.
It can be very, very difficult to compile such a list, spanning a LOT of frustrating
hours. Fortunately though, I have done the work for you in Alaska Fisherman!
Over my several years of working in Alaska I collected a lot of employment
And when I say a lot, I mean it! My report contains the contact information
of over 160 employers of both onshore processors and harvester/processor
vessels. Many have websites where you can apply immediately in the
comfort of your home.
In fact, while I was in Alaska I was bombarded with people begging me for
my list! I even had offers upwards of $100 for it!
Because they knew, even though they already held jobs in Alaska, that my
list was very valuable to them. It would help them find a better paying job.
Alaska Fisherman! not only gives you the
most valuable tool you need when hunting for a job in Alaska, but you will learn about:
The two main types of jobs, and which one is best suited to you
The two primary fishing seasons, so you'll know when to apply for a job
What the job contract entails, and the consequences if you break it!
What to take with you to Alaska once you get a job
What work conditions are like
A little-known way to land a job on a fishing boat - fast!
And a lot more...
You will NOT receive legal advice, or any advice, on getting a US work
visa. If you are not a legal United States citizen or resident please consult an immigration
attorney for the proper proceedure in acquiring a US work visa.
You Risk Absolutely Nothing!
If you're like me, you hate having to risk even a penny on a speculation.
I don't want you to risk anything when you say yes to my offer today. So I'm going to extend to you a 30 day, no-questions asked, money-back guarantee.
Here's how it works. For any reason (or no reason at all) you decide this product isn't for you in the next 30 days, simply contact me and let me know. I'll refund every penny of your purchase promptly and without question. And you get to keep the product as my way of saying "thank you for giving it a try!"
With that in mind, you have absolutely nothing to lose!