Did you know that there are tens of thousands of Alaska cannery jobs available each year?
Thousands of people from all over the world are employed during the summer, spring, fall and winter in Alaska canneries. These jobs offer excellent opportunities for seasonal employment, which you may return to year after year.
Would you like to get an Alaska cannery job?
Cannery jobs are plentiful and they don't come with the risks of commercial fishing. These jobs require processors who prepare and package the fish product for sale and distribution.
As a processor you might find yourself gutting fish, cutting fish, offloading the fish from fishing boats, freezing or packaging the fish, among a diversity of other specific processing jobs. Work hours can be from 12 to 16 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Many canneries offer laundry service, dining areas, televisions and DVD players, small libraries and some even have gyms.
Processors can make around ,000 to ,000 a month! Experienced processors can earn more and most jobs include free room and board.
This is a great way to save a lot of money very quickly. To get a job you can first start by doing an internet search for terms like "alaska processing jobs," "alaska cannery jobs," or simply "alaska jobs."
A good way to find a job fast is to have a list in hand of hundreds of employment companies. This way you will be able to apply to dozens of companies at the same time, thus increasing your chances of landing a job.