EMPLOYMENT & UNEMPLOYMENT   •  Jan 2020  •  Volume 8 / Number 13

QCT Rhythmyx Patch Test Holiday employment in retail trade

QCT Rhythmyx Patch Test Holiday employment in retail trade

The holiday shopping season comes along every fall with increased business activity. To accommodate holiday shoppers, employers in retail trade often hire seasonal workers from October to December. The industry cannot sustain the expanded workforce, and, for this reason, layoffs follow from January to February.

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