Is it hard to get a job in Antarctica?
It’s very very very difficult to make it work, but you can do it if you really try.
Working in Antarctica is not meant to give you a travel or tourism experience.
It’s mean to WORK to support the operations of the program.
Don’t expect special concessions to give you tourist comforts – expect to work your ass off.
How much does it pay to work in Antarctica?
What is the average salary for jobs related to “antarctica”? The average salary for “antarctica” ranges from approximately $38,408 per year for Refuse Collector to $93,128 per year for Research Scientist.
How do I get a job in Antarctica?
The best thing to do is to go to www.antarctica.gov.au and then follow the jobs link where you’ll find the section labelled Jobs in Antarctica. If you find a job that interests you, then lodge your interest and when the applications open you’ll be notified.
Can you work in Antarctica?
Although you can get to Antarctica on a tourist expedition, working in Antarctica is a whole different story. There are only about 4.000 people working in Antarctica during the summer and around 1.000 during winter. These brave souls work in any of the 75 research stations in different parts of the icy continent.