The Great New York State Fair in Syracuse offers tons of fun for the whole family. Ride the rides, see the concerts, eat the food! Imagine being at the fair every day and getting paid to be there!

The Great New York State Fair has hundreds of employment opportunities this season and you just might be the right person for the job! State Fair worker, administrative and tradesmen positions available now. Here's how to apply.

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According to the New York State Fair website, there are hundreds of positions available right now for the 2022 season. The fair will be open from Wednesday August 24th through Monday September 5th. You might even be able to get started before the fair officially kicks off.

The New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets, Division of the State Fair, is now seeking individuals who are interested in temporary employment during this year's annual New York State Fair. The amount of hours you will receive and the pay you would get for your time could be different depending on the job you get. Once you apply you could be subject to background investigation/criminal history checks.

Photo by Joe Ciciarelli on Unsplash
Photo by Joe Ciciarelli on Unsplash
    • If you are interested in being on the security team, ticket taker or tram operator please apply HERE.
    • If you are interested in being a state fair worker, trades generalist or part of the administrative team please apply HERE.
    • Fair officials ask the you choose 1 position and only apply once.
    • If you have any questions you can contact the Human Resources office at 518.457.3216.

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