A replica of the White House, background, is part of a sprawling electric-light exhibit, Global Winter Wonderland on Monday at Cal Expo in Sacramento. With an improving economy, holiday hiring is looking up . But analysts note it’s a mixed bag, as many of the jobs are low-paying and last only for weeks.
A replica of the White House, background, is part of a sprawling electric-light exhibit, Global Winter Wonderland on Monday at Cal Expo in Sacramento. With an improving economy, holiday hiring is looking up . But analysts note it’s a mixed bag, as many of the jobs are low-paying and last only for weeks. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
A replica of the White House, background, is part of a sprawling electric-light exhibit, Global Winter Wonderland on Monday at Cal Expo in Sacramento. With an improving economy, holiday hiring is looking up . But analysts note it’s a mixed bag, as many of the jobs are low-paying and last only for weeks. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

Holiday season hiring rebounds from recessionary doldrums

November 22, 2014 9:00 AM

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