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Live: How Do I Find Seasonal Work?

Join the live chat with experts from the Georgia Department of Labor.

If you're looking to re-enter the workforce, a seasonal or temporary job might be the answer. The Georgia Department of Labor is hosting a live chat with expert advice right now, and you can join the discussion on Canton-Sixes Patch.

Participants will learn about the advantages of seasonal and temporary work, how to find them, and the truth behind myths related to this kind of work.

You can ask questions during the live chat or email questions in advance to askted@gdol.ga.gov, on Facebook, or on Twitter at @GeorgiaDOL.

To sign up for a reminder, go to the GDOL website, click on the Spotlight section, and click on “more” to view “Chat with An Expert” under the Job Seeker Spotlights heading on the website.

To view previous chat sessions, click on the “Chat with an Expert: Replay” link on the GDOL website. January's session, on , February's, on , March's, on , April's, on , and May's, on , were also featured on Canton-Sixes Patch.

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Roy Weatherby June 27, 2012 at 08:46 PM
How do you find work? A. Lose the visible piercings and do what you can to hide your tattoos. B. Show up for your interview in clothing suitable for an interview. ( get help from your grandparents on this, your parents might not know) C. Remember that you are ASKING for a job. You are not owed one. D. Show respect for your potential employer and do everything you can to demonstrate that you will show respect to his customers. E. Last but not least........this isn't the school system. You won't receive points for participation or a trophy just for showing up. You will have to represent the company in a way that the boss finds appropriate, regardless of whether a customer may "dis" you, or you will be shown the door, no trophy or anything. Welcome to the real world.

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