Looking for a job? Businesses hiring for storm cleanup

HIRING NOW! Finding a job may be hard given the region's current situation, but here are some storm cleanup work opportunities if you're interested.

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- First off, the Texas Workforce Commission says, its call centers have been impacted by the storm. To assist you, the TWC is extending deadlines for any delays that occur due to this storm. Here's an important note for anyone receiving unemployment benefits. The work search requirement has been suspended for the entire state for the weeks ending this past Saturday, as well as this coming Saturday, the 27th.

Now storm cleanup is creating new opportunities. So if you're looking for work, we search storm cleanup on ZipRecruiter. Here are some of the resources in our area. A general labor position for cleanup in Humble. A construction laborer in Houston, and there's an opening for an estimator as a construction business in Magnolia.

As for work to repair broken water pipes, Governor Greg Abbott says, 320 plumbers statewide have renewed their licenses so they can get to work. And plumbers nationwide are coming to Texas to help. Now the state is authorizing the plumbing board to give provisional licenses to out-of-state plumbers. Now here's something to remember, if you need to hire a plumber, experts say, it is important that you ask plumbers to see their license and ask whether they are insured. Samica.