New York is looking for people to clear snow this winter: how much do they pay per hour – El Diario NY

To prevent inclement weather this winter season, New York City is looking for people willing to join as temporary workers to remove snow and iceaccording to a statement from Sanitation Department (DSNY).

Workers will remove snow and ice that accumulates in different areas of the city, such as bus stops, crosswalks and fire hydrants.

Starting pay is $18 per hour and increases to $27 dollars per hour after the first 40 hours worked in a week.

To be eligible, applicants must meet the following requirements:

–Be at least 18 years of age.
–Be eligible to work in the United States.
–Be able to do intense physical work.

Those interested in applying must present the following documents to register:

–Two small photographs (1-1/2 inches square).
–Two original forms of identification, along with their respective copies.
–A Social Security card.

This initiative seeks to guarantee the safety and accessibility of public areas during heavy snowfall, and provides a temporary employment opportunity for those who meet the requirements.

Those interested in participating in this effort can register for an appointment and contribute to the general well-being of New York City during the winter season.

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2023-11-28 19:07:42
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