The Minnesota State Fair is looking to fill more than 500 positions ahead before opening day in August. But in case you’re wondering, taste tester is not among them.
The fair is slated to host its annual job expo July 10 in the Progress Center on the fairgrounds for people who want to work the 12-day event. Some of the jobs: ticket selling, custodial work, barn attendants, retail sales, food service, parking attendants and more.
Successful applicants could earn between $9.86 to $11 per hour and receive admission to the fair. It’s the fourth year that the state fair has held its own job fair to hire for department and vendor needs. Fair officials say that they are likely to hire 2,700 employees to work