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Warehouse Workers Crating Experience North Houston $10.00 to $16.00 per hour 7 NEW JOBS! Immediate opportunity at North Houston distribution/logistics company for experienced warehouse workers who have experience building crates. Must be dependable, motivated, professional with recent crate building experience. Day and Night Shift Positions open now!!! Night Supervisor position open as well for $4...
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