It has been a tough year during the Coronavirus Pandemic and many have sadly seen their employment blow-up during this shutdown. Many have lost their jobs or have been laid off until things improve and work has been hard to find. So when we see a new business start-up here in Toms River, and throughout the shore, we wanna send you a heads up that they are hiring.

Let's hope we continue to see more "Now Hiring" signs going up throughout Ocean and Monmouth Counties in the weeks and months to come as we slowly come out of the pandemic and recover economically here at the Jersey Shore.

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This location is a story I covered a few months ago as construction began on a new Dollar General in the Toms River area. As you can see above they have a "Now Hiring" sign up and now might be a great opportunity for you or someone you know who needs work here in Ocean County.

This Dollar General is located on Route 37 East near Coolidge Avenue. This location looks to be pretty much complete and now is the time to reach out if you are looking for employment.

CLICK HERE to visit the companies website for more information and to find out details on the jobs and the information you need to maybe get in the door there. Let's hope, as we said earlier, that this is the first of many "Now Hiring" opportunities here in Ocean and Monmouth Counties. We will try to keep an eye out for job opportunities and pass the information along to you :)

 

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