Want to be employed at a nudist resort
Many nudist resorts I've been to the staff all wear clothes. It helps to identify them but other than that it's quite absurd.
The management of those places should be convinced to supply the employees with a specific color/type of cap to identify them as staff and then let the employees decide for themselves if they need any additional covering, depending on the job they were doing at the time.
Main issue is that most big resorts that really do employ people who apply for jobs are in Europe, and as a Canadian you will need a permit to work there. Other handicap is that jobs are seasonal. At most April - Oct, most probably May-Sep or in jobs involving entertainment for kids, often the peak holiday season like middle of July - late August.
Another is a language barrier. In Croatian resorts your probable combo French/English doesn't bring you very far, actually that is an asset mainly in France - but nothing extraordinary there, either. On the other hand, if you are an entrepreneurial type, you might start your own resort, nude spa, campsite or whatever, anywhere. All you need is a bit of money (or a considerable credit), a lot of work and some expertise - or maybe stepping in into an existing establishment. There are many small private nude places in US, some of which might welcome a person like you.
Wishing you luck
Aki aka TravelNudie
Hi, i'm 28 and i'd like to live my life permenanetly naked. I d like to work at an naturist resort if even possible, any idea how i could start my search? I live in Quebec and it is pretty cold, and i d love having tips!
The resort my wife and I associate with requires employees to be clothed in some form while on duty. I presume they thing the clothing offers protection from cleaning products if they are janitorial, or stickers if they are a gardener. I know the people who work in the restaurant are supposed to be clothed due to some state law (so much for California liberals being open minded), and the people in the office wear clothes so that first time visitors aren't shocked upon their first entry. Not really sure what job the resorts may offer where one could actually work nude.
Maybe if you worked as an undercover security that mingles with the crowd and reports trouble? Does such a position exist?
Years ago while working as an engineer I got a call from a headhunter. She was probing to see if I would be interested in taking a job with a competitor. When she asked " what kind of job would it take to lure you away?". I answered " maintenance man at a nudist resort in the Caribbean". She was silent for a few seconds and then said bye.