So I get the impression summer employment availability isn't much of a problem statewide... there are cannerys and mining if nothing else. But how about in fall and winter? Specificaly in S.E. and S.C. this fall/winter? I see plenty of decent jobs in Anchorage on Craigslist right now, and a few in S.E. papers, but do they dry up in winter?
I'm thinking S.E. would be a good place to spend a winter and start residency IF there are jobs once fishing and tourism shut down.
FYI my experience ranges from shovel work to office work (no more offices though if I can help it), farming, firefighting, construction labor, factory line work (and dept. forman), commercial storefront glazier, warehouse forklift operator, and most recently 4 yrs running a high-tech filtration system in the dairy industry... hmmm... I bet brewery's are similar... anyone got an "in" at Alaska Brewing Co?
Any advice you can give is apreciated, thanks.