Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Top 5 Jobs for Temporary Workers

If you are unemployed and having trouble finding work, you should consider a staffing agency. They can match your skills to the needs of potential employers who may not be openly advertising positions. These positions may be temporary but can lead to fulltime job offers if the company thinks you are a good fit. Here are 5 of the most common temporary work assignments.
  1. Laborer
Jobs that require physical labor often provide flexible hours and shifts, and have fewer qualifications. You could find employment in a factory, a warehouse, or as a custodian.
  1. Service
These positions include cooking, catering, housecleaning, and cashiering.
  1. Driver
If you have a CDL, opportunities are plentiful for trucks and vans. Many of these jobs do not require long distance travel so you would not have to be away from home for extensive periods of time.
  1.  Financial
If you have a background in accounting or bookkeeping, many temporary jobs are available at certain times of the year, such as during tax season. Some companies that increase their sales force at certain times of the year also need additional help with payroll on a temporary basis.
  1. Clerical  
Probably the most abundant temporary work is found in filing, data entry, and other general clerical duties. Companies often have an overload of this kind of work that full-time employees do not have time to adequately process on top of their primary functions. Don’t discount these jobs as dull, however, because this work can give you excellent chances to network with hiring managers.

If you are ready to get back into the workforce, visit this website to learn more about temp worker staffing in Waco.

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