October 8, 2012
As the fall television shows start to settle in, so does her schedule with work and kid appointments. Most nights have her going in a different direction. She could be chauffeuring someone to a guitar lesson, going to her daughters basketball game or traveling to night school. Holiday jobs are for the taking with Kohl's, Target, UPS and more hiring help. My friend Jane works three extra nights at Walmart from now through January so her family can afford Christmas and a cruise in February 2013. Jane has three kids in middle school and works her regular job from 7am-2pm Monday through Friday. Weekends are her time to get ready for her busy week with grocery shopping, laundry, and kids sporting events. Knowing she won't go into debt at Christmas and knowing a cruise in her horizon is motivation enough, she says.
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More She Holiday Work
Outdoor Seasonal Jobs
Does the outdoors sound more attractive? Ski areas and resorts hire extra help for the holiday and winter season. Typical position include ski instructors and patrol, snowmaking and hotel and restaurant staff. Some facilities include housing and discounted lift tickets. Also review hospitality, travel and outdoor job listings so you're reviewing a broad range of options. You'll find that many of the jobs in these career fields are seasonal by nature.
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