Finding a job in Huntsville, TX?

Hello

I am thinking about going to Sam Houston State University in the spring. But I really would like to know if there are any jobs available out in Huntsville, TX where SHSU is. After looking out in the internet, it seems that there is little jobs available. Could someone tell me if there are a great deal of jobs available and where I can look, please? Thank You.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I know there is a couple of large employers is Huntsville:

    Education Service Center, Region VI

    3332 Montgomery Rd

    Huntsville, TX 77340

    (936) 435-8400

    And of course, the Texas state prison:

    Texas Department of Criminal Justice

    Box 99

    Huntsville, TX 77340

    (936) 437-2101

    Plus, there is lots of retail and other types of business to look for a job.

    Here's a couple of resources you might use:

    Huntville Chamber of Commerce Business Directory

    http://www.chamber.huntsville.tx.us/

    City of Huntsville

    http://www.huntsvilletexas.com/

    http://www.ci.huntsville.tx.us/

    Hope this helps!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Will Huntsville is a small city, you got 2 options, either look like in Spring, Conroe, or other nearby cities. Or look in monster.com, that is a great website for job hunting!!

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  • Kris
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    1 decade ago

    you can apply for the Executioners job at the Huntsville's Darrington Unit

    Source(s): Death Penalty
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  • 3 years ago

    There are a number of survey web pages that are legitimate,, your not likely to get wealthy doing them nonetheless. do not supply every person your SSN there are a number of web pages available that are legitimate and that they don't desire this information from you. Nor do you will desire to pay to connect.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    the University Job Placement Service may be able to help you.

    Source(s): Texan
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