Are you entering the holiday season short of cash? You may want to consider a seasonal job. Once Halloween passes and cold weather sets in throughout the country, demand increases for temporary workers to fill in during the holiday shopping season.
Most of the available seasonal work revolves around shopping, but there are exceptions.
Your seasonal job may be temporary, but you should treat it as though it were a permanent one. Employers are always looking for hard workers that they can use throughout the year, or keep on file as a valued worker for the next holiday season.
The point is to be professional at the interview, regardless of the job involved. If you land the job, be an equally professional worker and adhere to the company guidelines. Unless it involves a Santa suit, you may find that your seasonal job rolls into a full-time opportunity, making your wallet fatter on a more permanent basis.
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