Argos to recruit 9,000 workers for Christmas
The contracts being offered will be for 3 months, but if you're in the mood for staying and aren't a complete layabout, some of these roles will become permanent, provided there's vacancies where you work.
So what are new workers looking at? Argos say they're looking at giving recruits a minimum of 12 hours a week, and six hours for weekend staff.
Steve Carson, director of retail and customer operations at Argos, said: “We need extra support in our stores and we’re looking for people who are customer focused, energetic and enthusiastic."
"For the first time, we are also seeking drivers to join our store teams and support local deliveries to customers.”
So, if you're needing a job over Christmas for whatever reason, click here and have a look at the Argos careers page. Keep an eye out for how many middle-aged men are ordering My Little Pony toys as well. They're bloody everywhere.