We will be working for Florida Power & Light through Union Temporary Services. Wages: $25.20 per hour, plus benefits. Must have your own hand tools, skill saw, drill, drop cord and ladder (having your own ladder is necessary, but not having one won't prevent you from employment). Anyone interested should contact your home local as soon as possible. If you are not a member of the Florida Carpenters Regional Council but would like to learn about this work opportunity, click here.
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