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East County News Service

April 1, 2017 (San Diego) -- FTD is hiring 650 seasonal customer service associates in San Diego for the upcoming Mother’s Day season.  This will add even more employment opportunities to the San Diego job market. According to the Labor Market Information Division of the California Employment Development Department, San Diego’s unemployment rate is down to 4.2 percent.

In the past five years, FTD provided seasonal employment opportunities for 9,000+ San Diegans. The customer service associate position can lead to future seasonal opportunities during peak times for the company, offering a chance for employment beyond the holiday for San Diegans looking for jobs. Scheduled interviews are taking place now for work assignments lasting through the May 14th Mother’s Day holiday.

FTD’s e-commerce brands include ProFlowers, FTD.com, Personal Creations and Shari’s Berries. Seasonal employees can enjoy perks that include, but are not limited to:

•             Competitive pay

•             Employee discounts on beautiful flower bouquets, gourmet treats and personalized gifts for mom—Perfect to spoil mom this Mother’s Day

•             Treats and catered meals during peak times, in addition to having food trucks on site each day for lunch

•             Flexible work schedules (call center is open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week)

•             A casual, supportive work environment

Qualified candidates should click Here to apply.

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Oh boy, six weeks of delivering flowers,

and the unemployment rate is only 4.2 percent. Except: --Who wants to deliver flowers? . . .Also --The unemployment rate is bogus, because it doesn't consider (1) all the people tied into multiple crummy part-time jobs (2) all the people who have given up looking for employment and (3) all the people working "under the table". (Some people are covered by more than one of these categories.)