For the millions of people who visit its theme parks in Kissimmee, Florida, Disney World is a place where magic happens.
For Jon Gilbert, it’s a 9 to 5 — or an 11:30 to 7:30, depending on his schedule. Every shift, he arrives in his uniform: a 1920s-style newsboy cap, a patterned shirt and shorts with black work sneakers. His job is to serve guests at the Hollywood Studios restaurants.
“Sometimes I could be a cashier. I could be working in the kitchen cooking. I might end up busing tables,” he said.