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MESC HAS WORKERS FOR SUMMER ODD JOBS

 MESC HAS WORKERS FOR SUMMER ODD JOBS
 DETROIT, June 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Summer is a time for people to


enjoy themselves. Fishing, swimming, boating, picnics in the park and vacations make summer one of the favorite seasons for Michiganians.
 But summer is also a time when many decide to tackle major work projects around their homes or businesses.
 "For those who may not have the time or ability for cleanup and fixup projects, we have a ready and inexpensive solution," F. Robert Edwards, director of the Michigan Employment Security Commission (MESC), said. "By phoning MESC at 313-876-JOBS, we can quickly supply any Detroit metropolitan area business or homeowner with temporary workers who are prepared and willing to help them get the job done.
 "Through our casual labor program, we can offer home and business owners real labor savers," Edwards explained. "The workers we refer can be a great help in completing odd jobs that need doing but don't require a great deal of skill."
 The types of jobs for which MESC can refer temporary workers include: painting, doing yard and garden work, window washing, cleaning homes and offices, stocking shelves, taking inventory and doing general labor.
 "We screen the workers before we refer them to a potential employer," Edwards said, "to ensure they have the skills required for the job."
 MESC's Job Service does not charge a fee to either the employer or the worker. Employers pay the workers directly at a recommended rate of $5 an hour for at least four hours' work.
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 /CONTACT: Norman Isotalo of MESC, 313-876-5488/ CO: Michigan Employment Security Commission ST: Michigan IN: SU:


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