Six Flags holds job fair ahead of summer season

Many New Jersey residents came to Six Flags Great Adventure today not looking for thrills, but for a job.The theme park held a job fair

JACKSON - Many New Jersey residents came to Six Flags Great Adventure today not looking for thrills, but for a job.

The theme park held a job fair ahead of the summer season, looking to fill about 4,000 positions, from ride operators to food vendors to administrative jobs.

The jobs offered pay anywhere from $7.25 an hour to $15 an hour.

Many in attendance say they can't be too picky in what job they want because of the economy.

The park says it will hold another job fair next Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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