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  • CM Hours

    How many hours per week does a typical cm get?

  • #2
    Re: CM Hours

    I am not sure about the day time people.. I work graveyard and get 40 hours a week.. with the option to work a 6th day (overtime) because we are soo short of people at night

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    • #3
      Re: CM Hours

      During peaks seasons, if the CM has year or more of seniority then they can expect to work full 8 hour shifts, five days a week. But you can always request more hours it is less than 40—it isn’t too hard to fill up a schedule. In the off-season however, it depends a lot on the CM’s availability. CRs are only required to work Sat/Sun/ Friday evenings/holidays so they are looking at 18 hours unless you request more.

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      • #4
        Re: CM Hours

        Just get use to these words: Extended/ Can you stay/ Would you be willing/ Happens all the time. Worked for 3 months and only got off 3x at my normal time. One time I got extended to 4am. Could have stayed longer but the tooth picks in my eyes were against union labor laws.

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        • #5
          Re: CM Hours

          How many hours for full time attraction CM in peak seaon vs.off season?
          Originally posted by LlamaLover
          Okay I just have to derail this thread one more time because JCG that was not a bad joke, it was high-lar-e-us! It is a good thing I was not drinking something because it would have ended up all over my screen. This image of your cat, fully dressed, requesting a photo shoot (in an English accent mind you) just really got to me. Wow, I need to go catch my breath and maybe see what was in that bottled water I was drinking earlier...

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          • #6
            Re: CM Hours

            In the summer, like right now, I work an average of 50-60 hours per week. In the off-season, I work about 20 hours/week. Too bad they got rid of CR-25.
            Member of the Disney Class of 2005
            Disneyland CM for 4 years.
            May 6, 2005 - present.

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