Fruit Picking Jobs in Canada
There’s a multitude of job opportunities of fruit-picking work such as apple picking, cherry picking, strawberry picking, tomato picking, peach picking, cherry picking, melon picking, cantaloupe picking, pomegranate picking, melon picking, orange picking, etc. Usually these types of jobs are open for all nationalities, both men and women, Asians and Africans, as well as Filipinos and others Asian and African nationalities.
A worker has to be very organized and self-motivated to do this type of work. To get a fruit picking job in Canada, you have to be at least 18 years old with a high school diploma or a GED and have good communication skills and eye coordination. The work is strenuous and physically demanding so it is important to be physically fit.
You should expect to be working seven days a week, at a regular schedule which should include a one-hour break. A person can work full time if he wants but he has to be sure that he’s able to handle the hours. The work is usually done on weekends or holidays and on odd days.
Fruit picking is not an easy task to do at all. It can be a very tiring job, especially if you’re working on fruit that has a lot of seeds, fruits that grow fast and fruits that are hard to eat because of its size.
Fruit picking in Canada can be fun and rewarding too! You can bring your family and friends with you and share your passion for fruits. It’s a good opportunity to bond with them because you all love the same fruits and are sharing the best that nature has to offer.
Fruits in Canada are fresh, which means that it doesn’t get spoiled because of exposure to air and sunlight. The fruits are not only fresh, but they’re also pesticide free. In addition to that, fruit picking in Canada is a job that is not very dangerous and is safe for both you and the environment.