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Once again, the worst of times brings out the best in people, this time in the form of a Facebook group. Bartender Randy Beck launched "Odd Jobs for MKE Service Industry" to showcase the talents of temporarily unemployed service industry workers and connect them with people in need of their services.
Anyone from the Milwaukee service industry interested in finding random work is encouraged to join the page as are people in a position to hire helpers for household chores, yard work, small projects, etc.
"The page is already working," says Beck.
Go here to join "Odd Jobs for MKE Service Industry."
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