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As the holiday season approaches, many people begin the search for a seasonal job in order to pick up some extra cash for the holidays. Their timing couldn’t be better. Employers are also on the hunt for seasonal help to ensure that they have the necessary staff to meet increased demands. If you’re in the market for a seasonal position, here are four tips to help you land the position you want:
Start Immediately: The holidays are closer than you think, and many employers are already posting their seasonal positions in order to be ahead of the curve. As a rule of thumb, it’s best to start your search for seasonal work as soon as possible in order to score the best jobs.
Think Outside the Box: Retail businesses aren’t the only folks looking for help during the holiday season. As the shopping season kicks into high gear, hospitality businesses such as restaurants and café’s will also be looking to beef up their staffs, and an assortment of warehouse and production facilities will also be looking to add team members in order to keep up with demand.
Target Your Resume: You’re looking for a temporary, seasonal job, so sending a resume targeted for a specialized, full-time position just doesn’t make sense. Consider the jobs that you are looking for and ensure that your experience and references listed on your resume support your bid for those types of jobs.
Choose the Right Partner: Finding a seasonal job isn’t always easy, but AtWork can help. Each year we place thousands of job seekers just like you into seasonal positions with companies they love. Visit AtWork.com to learn more!
Seasonal work can be a great way to pocket some extra cash as the holiday season approaches. If you’re interested in seeing what’s available in your area, visit AtWork.com/locations today to find an AtWork branch near you!