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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on December 25, 2012. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on December 25, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Cooks for Smashburger - Sign on Bonus||Natick, MA|
|Emergency Medicine Physician - Permanent: Easy Emergency Medicine Position Available in Northern New Jersey||New Jersey|
|Emergency Assistance Case Worker||Canton, IL|
|Graphic Designer||Union, NJ|
|Ecommerce Planner - Christmas Tree Shops||Union, NJ|
|Planner - Christmas Tree Shops||Union, NJ|
|Store Management - CTS||Deer Park, NY|
|Merchandise Coordinator||Greenwood, IN|
|Senior Field Service Technician||Corpus Christi, TX|
|Skilled Maintenance Associate - Full Time||Florence, NJ|
Merry Christmas! I’ve already opened my presents, as I’m about to get on a flight to somewhere warm. In past years I’ve tied in the Christmas theme by writing about employers like NORAD (they track Santa), WowWee (toys), JAKKS Pacific (toys), Caribou Coffee (reindeer), Casey Trees (Christmas trees), Elf on the Shelf (Santa’s little helpers), The Amalgamated Order of Real Bearded Santas (not really an employer), Claxton Fruit Cake (the ultimate regfitable gift), National Christmas Tree Association (Christmas trees again), and Toys for Tots (presents). Somehow over the past 5 Christmases I’ve overlooked Christmas Tree Shops. They’re a group of retail stores that are all Christmas, all year, and always at a discount. They say they’re based out of Yarmouth Port, MA, but all of their jobs appear to be in Union, NJ. Christmas Tree Shops is actually owned by Bed Bath and Beyond, but they seem to operate at least somewhat independently. The company’s website is kind of sparse, but you can learn everything you need to know on their Jobs page. There are even a few opportunities for new or recent grads. Take a look.
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