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I did a search before posting this and did not find a ton of information so I will ask it here. I'm researching a possible change in career from the corprate world to the scuba instructor world. My question is what is a reasonable salary a full-time Divemaster/Instructor can make working in either Florida or the Caribbean? I know that I will not get rich as an instructor but I just wanted to get an idea of whether or not I will be eating PB&J for dinner every night or not . I also have UW Photography skills that I could leverage as well.
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