Where to Find Seasonal Work

While the unemployment rate currently hovers around 10% the “underemployed” rate is reported to be around 17%. If you find yourself in either of these categories or are just looking for some extra money this holiday season there are, surprise, plenty of companies hiring part-time seasonal workers. Companies currently hiring include UPS, FedEx, Toys’R’Us, Target, Olan Mills Studio, Macys, Radio Shack and AT&T, among several others. Check SeasonalJobs365 and SnagAJob for opportunities in your area.

If you are looking to make some side cash on your own a snow shovel or a snow thrower could soon become your best friends. A little word of mouth advertising around your neighborhood could bring in a good days work and several hundred dollars next snowfall. Raking leaves and cleaning gutters are another unpopular task that many people would gladly pay you to do before the snow flies.

Are you working a seasonal job or looking for one? What has been your experience so far?

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