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Posted on: May 14, 2021

Who’s Hiring in Suffolk? Here’s a List.

Businesses across the United States have reopened their doors and are gearing up to get back to pre – pandemic operations.  In Suffolk, there has been a shift in focus to reemployment across a broad range of industries.  To assist employers, the Suffolk Economic Development Department maintains a list of current companies based in Suffolk who are actively recruiting talent.  The link to current postings is available on the YesSuffolk website, under the COVID-19 Resources tab.  Jobs are listed alphabetically and, once selected, will take you directly to the online job listing or description.  Wages range from $10.50/hour on up to management - level salaries.  Find the list here: https://www.yessuffolk.com/DocumentCenter/View/357/Job-List-May-2021?bidId= 


Many employers are looking to meet customer demand right now, which has led to an increase in open positions.  Restaurants and service industry businesses are especially experiencing a labor shortage, but the need to hire stretches across all business sectors.  The goal of this listing is to bridge the gap for those who are temporarily unemployed, as well as for those who are seriously looking to reenter the workforce and fill the critical vacancies that the country is seeing in almost every industry right now.   For parents faced with child care needs, numerous summer programs are available to provide responsible options and capture children’s interests while keeping expenses minimal by offering various budget options.  Weekly Suffolk Parks & Recreation Day Camps for children begin as low as $35/week.  Parents will also be able to find Before & After School Care resources to help with Fall back-to-school planning.  Find more information about the Suffolk programs here: https://issuu.com/cityofsuffolk/docs/program_guide_may_-_august_2021-_v17?fr=sMzNiYzM1NzI5NDQ 


Additionally, throughout the City this Summer, there will be a variety of other child care/enrichment programs families can participate in, such as through the Library, YMCA, NSA, athletic and art centers, churches, Boys & Girls Club, Montessori Academy, The Children’s Center, private day care facilities, and Social Services programs.

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