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Tradeshow workers will transform any empty facility into a full show presentation in a relatively short span of time. Tradeshow workers move and handle freight, rig equipment, and set up and dismantle exhibits and modular systems. Typical job tasks include rigging and hanging signs, installing and removing carpet, as well as installing and fulfilling the general decorating requirement of the exhibitors. Work is normally found in convention centers and hotels where tradeshows take place.
The work is mentally challenging and is in an environment that represents the latest and greatest of the different industries that the tradeshow workers set up. Good communications and customer service skills are required by tradeshow workers who interact with the businesses and organizations setting up for the promotion of their products.
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