Stripper jobs in France has a big variety because of the many different types of of Gentlemen clubs in France. From Traditional strip club jobs to working at the world famous Crazy Horse. Or the Moulin Rouge show in Paris. Paris is a major worldwide tourist destination and has a lot of people passing through all of the time.
France also has very wealthy pockets in the French Riviera and the Alps. This makes it possible to make good money on stripper jobs in France outside of the capital. There are almost two completely different styles with strip clubs in France. Here you can find available jobs in France
Stripper jobs in France is has two different options of working system, depending if you are working in or outside Paris.
Paris runs on the ‘lap dance system‘. Girls make all of their money on table dances or private shows, dependent on what the specific club offer. As venues do not pay commission on drinks. Parisian clubs have high numbers of dancers, with no fixed salary offered in large venues.
Conversely, Exotic dancer jobs outside of Paris offer drinks commission and embrace the typical European ‘Champagne System‘.
Conversely, stripper jobs outside of Paris offer drinks commission and embrace the typical European ‘Champagne System‘. Clubs keep dancer numbers low and pay fixed salaries. There is a high standard to work in strip clubs in France. English is expected as a primary language in most countries worldwide, with secondary languages beneficial. However, clubs outside of Paris expect French from dancers. Read how to get a Stripper job in Gentlemen clubs
Who can get exotic dance jobs in France.
The EU has a real emphasis on combatting human and sex trafficking. Therefore, clubs have to work under certain guidelines. It is extremely difficult to find work if you do not have the correct paperwork. Strip clubs in France are under legal obligation to fully check the age and identity of the girls they hire. If they do not, they risk facing harsh penalties. Here you can read about stripper jobs.
Most strip club jobs in France offer contracts under the premise that the dancers are self-employed.
Therefore, responsible for their own taxation, similar to other continents such as North America and Australasia. There are many countries in Europe that differ, however, in the aspect that they require dancers to work as employees. The clubs automatically deduct taxation. Furthermore, dancers are eligible for employee and tax payer benefits such as healthcare. Even if they are non-resident. This is especially the case in the Scandinavian countries, where the taxation system is more stringent. Advertise your stripper jobs in Striprecruit.
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