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Surf Diva average salary is $20,800, median salary is $20,800 with a salary range from $20,800 to $20,800.
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Recreation Worker 20,800-20,800 La Jolla, CA, 92037 2010 Surf Diva Recreation Worker Salaries (1)
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  • Surf Diva Inc
  • Industry: Other
  • City: La Jolla, CA
  • At Surf Diva, we sell three different types of surfboards: soft boards, fiberglass boards and epoxy boards in a range of different sizes and shapes. All of our boards are specifically made for female riders, so they are lighter, easy to paddle and narrower in the width, so that they are easier to carry. Our hand-made fiberglass boards come in all shapes and sizes and can be custom ordered to suit your exact specifications. You can select from many designs or you can design your own and be totally unique! Our shaper, Craig Hollingsworth, has been shaping surfboards since...