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About Christmas Temp Jobs

Temporary jobs over the Christmas period can be a gift for students, graduates and people looking to start a career or some to earn extra cash over the Christmas period.

Temporary jobs over the Christmas holidays, or Christmas temp jobs for short, usually last around six to eight weeks over the holiday period to help businesses cope with the festive rush and January sales.

They are usually found in three main areas: Christmas Temp Jobs in retail shops and Christmas Temp Jobs in department stores, Christmas Temp Jobs in Industrial, Driving and Warehouse roles, and temporary Jobs in venues which host Christmas parties, like restaurants and bars.

Christmas Temp Jobs - The Benefits

Although Christmas Temp jobs are short-term, there are a number of reasons to consider a Christmas temp job near you.

Such as:

  • More money

  • Transferable skills

  • A foot in the door

  • Work experience

  • Access to Sale product before the shoppers!

Find out more and read our top tips to get great temp jobs this Christmas.

Find your next Christmas Temp job with Search Consultancy

Each Christmas season Search support hundreds of exceptional candidates with Christmas Temp jobs throughout the UK. These include Aberdeen, Birmingham, Brighton, Crawley. Dundee, Dunfermline, Edinburgh, GlasgowInverness, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester, and Sheffield.

Contact us to find out how we can help your career, and if you haven’t done so already, have a browse through our current Christmas Temp Jobs and apply now!

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