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Best Part-time Jobs In Metro Detroit This Week 9/20




Immediate Press Release
Release Date: September 20, 2013
Media Contact: CJ Eason 734-956-4550  cj@jobfairgiant.com

Best Part-time Jobs In Metro Detroit This Week
More than a third of unemployed Detroiter’s are considering part-time and seasonal positions as a new steady income source.
In the metro area employers hiring for part-time workers in healthcare, technology, customer service, sales and banking is a growing trend. Many of these positions are available instantly, however some require 2+ years of experience with opportunity for advancement.
Employers from several industries are ready to hire experienced and reliable candidates, part-time positions offer excellent compensation and longevity. Detroit job seekers that have difficulty landing a full-time career should consider these positions to supplement income.
Here are the best part-time jobs in Detroit this week. Interested candidates can review position details and apply directly with hiring companies at http://www.GetHiredInDetroit.com
Part-time Material Handler (Nights)                          
McKesson                                Livonia, MI

UPS Part-Time Driver Helper, Hourly 10am-7pm       
UPS                                          Ypsilanti, MI

Mental Health Licensed Crisis Screener                     
Hegira Programs                    Livonia, MI

Part Time Shift Supervisor                                         
Rite Aid                                   Dearborn, MI

CSR / Teller - Riverview BC - Part Time                     
Fifth Third Bank                      Riverview, MI

Part Time Associate                                                     
Nino Salvaggio Marketplace Troy, MI

Part Time Insurance Defense Attorney                       
Leading Law Firm                   Detroit, MI

Transportation Sales Consultant (Part-Time)              
Diversified Transportation      Detroit, MI

Sales Associate, Retail Part Time                                
General Nutrition                    Livonia, MI

Merchandiser (Part Time/Nights)                               
Pepsi                                        Pontiac, MI

Customer Service Representative - Part-time            
Check N Go                             Waterford, MI

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