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Alaska Fishing Industry Job Alert

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Alaska fishing fleet imageSummer is a great time to work in Alaska.  Although many jobs are filled before the summer season, there are lots of jobs still available.  Depending on the region, in some areas the salmon season doesn’t get going until after July 4th. So it is not too late to get a job!

Learn more about how to get a job in the Alaska fishing industry, in our Alaska Job Strategy Section.


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  • Christine Johnson says:

    I lived in Alaska for 28 years most of my experience has been Administrative Assistant, Paralegal, 10 years survey on the Alyeska pipe line, 6 years cooking for Remote Hunting and Fishing Lodges. My preference for work is cooking as I have a passion for it, creatively as well as the unique shared experiences of meeting and working with new people. I am a serious team player and always expect the same with fellow employees. I relocated to Arizona in 2006 and bought in to a business with a long time friend. The business takes care of itself and I miss the winters as well as the summers of Alaska, altho I grew up in Idaho I still consider Alaska my home state and would love to relocate. I also worked as a deckhand on a sportsfishing boat out of the Cook Inlet for 5 years. Not that I want to deck hand again but wanted to stress that I have experienced a lot of vocations and excelled at all. Thank you for your condideration, Christine Johnson

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