So if you're looking to make a few extra bucks, look no further than here. New York City has finally come to the rescue. (We know, we're just as shocked as you here. But listen up.)
“This was one of the worst storms to ever hit New York City, and we need all hands on deck to dig us out,” Mayor de Blasio said on Sunday morning.
So what are the details? It's pretty simple. You just need to show up to a city garage with two photos of yourself, two forms of ID, and a Social Security card (or a Tax ID number).
Sounds too good to be true? Well, it's not.
“As Sanitation’s uniformed workers continue to focus their herculean efforts on clearing our city’s streets, snow laborers will be critical in shoveling out other key locations, like crosswalks, hydrants, bus stops, and more.”
So how much is NYC paying? Workers who qualify (you have to be 18 years old and eligible for work in the United States) can make up to $20.25 an hour for overtime, and $13.50/hour for 40 hours shoveling show.
So you want to meet us at one of this city's garages or what?[via NBC New York] [Feature Image Courtesy CBS New York]