A Diary of “Slammed” Dispatched Tour Conductor Authored by the Jobber Who is 66 Years Old and Still Active

The book is filled with many happy and painful episodes that the tour conductor had to experience with guests, a tour company, a bus driver, and guide friends.
Before the COVID-19 spread, I often had a chance to be dispatched as a Tour Guide for inbound tourists. From my own experience, I can agree, not perfectly but a bit, with the sentence that the jobber, in other words “a dispatched staff who has to take care of any troubles during a tour” has to be “a Teflon Guy”. (派遣添乗員は「打たれ強い人」でなければやっていけない!)

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