Few, if any, people get into diving to trying to make millions. It’s about a love of the ocean and a love of working with others. Still, if you’re taking the time to get PADI certified, you don’t just love scuba diving, you probably want to make a career out of it.
Dive shops are the first thought most people have, organizing dives for others in places around the world, working with resorts and independently in many vacation destinations. But it’s not the only choice. Cruise lines often employ divemasters as well, to cater to their passengers.
And of course, your training doesn’t have to end after you become divemaster. If you go one to become a dive instructor or a rescue diver even more possibilities open up for you.
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