Does high clientele mean working with or for rich, wealthy snobbish people ??
I see this on indeed high clientele such as a security guard.
- Sandra S.Lv 72 months ago
It can, but not necessarily so. Also, though some are, not all people who are wealthy/rich are snobbish. High end clientele usual involves associating with or exhibiting the characteristics of an upper social class. There are three main types of security officers working for private and public businesses and individuals. They are government, in-house, and those who work under a contract (contractually) for private security firms. Some are armed and whole others are unarmed, some work undercover, aka plainclothes officers, then there's guards that are obvious in uniformed, while others are on-site or even remote. All which can serve all classes of individuals for varies reason. Guards protect homes and/or businesses too.
I'm not sure why this is questions is under the horse racing category, however, I found
this question quite interesting.