Hello job seekers. Here is the link to this week's North Coast Hot Jobs listing, https://www.scribd.com/document/323271531/North-Coast-Hot-Jobs-Sep-6
Why would a job pay more in another area? Several factors can come into play. One good example can be Seattle. The economy there is booming. Employers want to keep the employees they have and attract others. To solve this problem, they offer more pay. Another factor could be the cost of living. If you lived in a remote part of Alaska where a jug of milk could cost around ten bucks, then an employer would have to pay more to keep an employee there. Here, the economy is not booming. This attracts employers because they don't have to pay as much to employees.
If you know of any Alaskan Native or Native American that is disabled and is having a hard time looking for work, ask them to contact the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Vocational Rehabilitation Program Manager, Nora Normington at 360-565-7257, ext 7483.
Have a good one.
Jim Allen, MBA, Vet
Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor