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Good,had to separate work and off time.Did not fit with that click,but I did meet a lot of great people from all over the world.

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Potentially, you could make $800-$1,000 a week during a season!

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A post-hire questionnaire is part of the required on-boarding paperwork.

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A lot of overtime

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They asked if I had work experience if I can Lyft 50 to 75 lb repetitively for a long period of time. They also asked me if I have problems dealing with people or do I have problems with getting along with different people. They also asked me if I'd be willing to work 12 to 16 hours daily and if I'm willing to relocate to work.

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AGS pays on a monthly schedule.

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YES!!! Overtime is anything beyond 8 hrs in a day and 40 of those regular hours in a week - adds up quickly during the peak of the salmon run (up to 18 hr shifts everyday, depending on the fish)!

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I will not give you a total,but the first three were hit with 400 dollars for dues,3800 for insurance taken half and half.And these are things that they fail to disclose

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