FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. - With less than a month until the first day of the Minnesota State Fair, officials are still needing more employees.
"We can't run the fair without them," said Brienna Schuette, a spokesperson for the Fair.
It takes 3,000 employees covering everything from ticket booths to security, but this year it has been difficult to find them. Employees are required to work all 12 days.
"We're not sure why we are hearing people can't work all 12 days," says Schuette. "But this is a fun job for anyone needing some extra cash or for those who are unemployed."
For information on employment -- check out the MN State Fair website.
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