Chicago, IL

An incentive program could give you $600 if you live and work in this Illinois city

Sam Writes

Whether in New York City, Los Angeles, or Chicago, there is a shortage of lifeguards all over the United States. According to an online report, this shortage causes many problems because public pools and other spots remain closed in summer or the time to go there is limited.

The main cause of their shortage is the lack of training. There is a strong need to build more and more training centers for lifeguards and officials should be willing to provide them with extra benefits for their services.

Lifeguards in Chicago, Illinois

A lifeguard is basically the rescuer who is responsible for ensuring the safety of surfers, swimmers, and other people who participate in water sports and go to swimming pools, beaches, spas, water parks, and lakes. The summer has arrived and the beach season has started, so more lifeguards are needed across the city.

$600 incentives for lifeguards in Chicago, Illinois

The Chicago Park District is offering $600 to each lifeguard as incentive to ensure that enough lifeguards are recruited this season. Let me tell you that this $600 is a one-time retention bonus and will be paid to those who are year-round summer guards and lifeguards and who do not leave their job.

The aim is to attract and retain highly skilled and qualified lifeguards. They are needed to take care of people comings to the pools and beaches of Chicago this summer. The Park District sounds optimistic about getting more and more applications because of this incentive program, and you may also get $600 if you get in touch with them and obtain more details.

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