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Looking for work

Discussion in 'Making A Living' started by Ellis, Nov 13, 2017 at 4:32 PM.

  1. Ellis

    Ellis is getting to know the place

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    Currently trimming in Sac, not really making money doing it so any recommendations for jobs in the area-ish?
     
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    What kind of money you making
     
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    I dunno how helpful this'll be, but there's a website called http://www.peopleready.com/. The work is mostly manual labor from what I can see. but the companies you get stuck with don't really care if you only going to be working for a week or two, and they are very good about payment (from what I've gathered, it's usually same day, if not the next).
     
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