There seem to be a lot of companies looking for help these days, especially bars and restaurants.  There have been many job fairs as well, which is a great way to apply for many jobs, some with different companies. A few tips, bring several copies of your resume, pen and paper for notes, and breath mints. I was taught to always make sure you get business cards, names, and contact information after meeting someone, maybe even take a few notes.

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Westrock Job Fair Details

Here is one you may want to put on your calendar from  A paper and packaging company WestRock is having a drive-thru job fair on Wednesday, June 16th from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. These are such a great idea. You will have a pretty good shot too because they are hiring about 50 people.   They are looking to fill for production, material handling, maintenance technicians, press specialist, and much, much, more.

These Jobs Have Great Benefits

If you are flexible on your what your workday hours should be second and third shifts are open, plus if you like to make extra money you can with overtime. Great benefits as well, and Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance and a 401k. Here is the address, the fair will be held at 5800 West Grand River in Lansing. By the way, WestRock has over 300 manufacturing sites and 50,000 employees. Sounds like a great company to work for.

I worked at a corrugated paper and box place out of high school for 5 years and I really liked it.  Good Luck if you will be applying for these jobs.

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