Raise your skills to train as a Junior Sous Chef in NYC
- Uniforms will be provided, the Host Company has a break room and will provide complimentary family meals. You must bring your own knives.
- The candidate will accrue - 7 sick days – 10 days of vacation – 2 personal days – and will have 9 holidays per year
- Permanent Housing is not provided. You must secure your own housing prior to arrival.
- There is public transportation so no need to purchase a vehicle.
Arguably the most famous city in America, if not the world, New York, is an unrelenting veritable hive of activity. With things to do for literally every kind of taste and style! Far be it for us to say that New York is only a cultural hub, it’s also one of the greatest places in the world for shopping, dining, and entertainment! See more about New York climates here.
Housing: The cost of living in NYC is extremely high with studio apartments costing around $2,400. The closer you live to Times Square or Central Park the more expensive your rent will be. Sharing housing is recommended. Please note, that without established credit, your first and last month’s rent may be required as a deposit. We recommend you arrive with at least $3,000 as startup capital and to help secure housing. Helpful websites: Street Easy, Citi-habitants, New York Habitant, City Reality, Urban Living, Apartment.com, Netspick, Trulia, Zillow, or Renthop.
Transportation: Getting around New York without a car is very easy. With local taxis, a comprehensive metro system, and many things simply within walking distance, see more about using the New York metro system.
Local attractions: Pay a visit to Central Park, Times Square, and other attractions.
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