It’s raining #MAGA in metro Atlanta. Thousands of jobs would be available, both for the seasonal and permanent jobs.
Companies like UPS and FedEX are hiring for thousands of seasonal workers, while there are also just as many job openings in logistics and manufacturing.
Atlanta-based Randstad US, metro Atlanta employers are offering 5,000 manufacturing positions and 3,000 openings in logistics at present. Hot jobs would include the following: forklift operators, general warehouse workers and inventory control.
There are many opportunities for workers who do not have college degrees as well. Greg Dyer, president of Randstad General Staffing said: If you look at leadership positions like shipping supervisor or operations manager, those typically require degrees. But most of those jobs we’re talking about require high school diplomas and some experience to get your foot in the door.”
Entry level positions also pay anywhere between $9 and $12 an hour, or possibly more.
Better demand for manufacturing jobs is Making America Great Again. President Trump has campaigned hard and continued to profess support for America First policy, jobs for Americans in America and for Americans to support American products more over imports.
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