Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Seasonal or temporary jobs -- why should you apply?

Why bother interviewing or training for a seasonal position? The answer is it can be easy, and a good opportunity to get your foot in the door for a telecommuting position. The training can be fast paced, intense, and a sink or swim attitude. If you are sharp, and a go getter this may be just what you’re looking for. Just like retail establishments gear up for the busy holiday seasons, other industries do the same. Some examples are: education, standardized tests are coming up or started, someone needs to score them; tax day (eek, just around the corner) and even flowers for mother’s day. The great thing about seasonal jobs is the demand can be heavy, they may hire you for 25 hours a week and you can wind up working 50, and I did that one season with an education company. It was a fun job and I made excellent money. So check these companies out today:


http://www.intuitcareers.com/content/job-search/?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=69266

http://www.pearsoned.com/careers/index.htm

http://ww30.1800flowers.com/template.do?id=template8&page=9000  -- not currently hiring, but site advises to send info or you can just keep checking back.

2 comments:

charles said...

hi i would like to check out my website at www.marketamerica.com/session. maybe you can help me get public exposure and generate more business

Demi said...

Charles, appreciate your comment, I think you should be giving me tips on exposure. Best of luck 2 u.