Universal Orlando is looking to hire 2,500 new employees


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Universal Orlando is now looking to hire 2,500 new "Team Members," offering full-time, part-time, seasonal and professional job positions.

Job openings are in attractions, aquatics, food services, custodial, sales and other areas, with some positions including competitive salaries and benefits packages.

If you're interested in learning more or applying, visit their website. New positions and opportunities are added daily.

Some benefits of working for Universal Orlando include free park admission, discounts and complimentary guest passes. But most importantly, beginning Feb. 3, Universal Orlando will increase their base hourly pay to at least $12.

Upcoming additions to the theme park include a new coaster for the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Universal Orlando's first Value category hotel, Universal's Endless Summer Resort Surfside Inn.

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