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ScreamFest Jobs Are Up For Grabs In Calgary & You Get Paid To Scare People

Sometimes being into Halloween pays off. ScreamFest jobs are up for grabs in Calgary so dig out your scariest costume and get your resume ready.

ScreamFest opens it's doors for enthusiasts October 22-25 and October 29-31 at the Big Four in Stampede Park.

The event is known for its terrifying haunted houses, carnival games, and nightmare market.

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The event is back for another year and looking for Halloween enthusiasts over the age of 15 to add to their zombie roster. The company is hoping to find a team leader that can get their scary squad all pumped up

If this sounds right up your alley, all you need to do is fill out an online application and send in your resume. It doesn't get much easier than that.

But if scaring people isn't your thing, there are plenty of Halloween pop up stores that are looking for employees, like Halloween Alley and Spirit Halloween.

These positions offer you a chance to indulge in a little Halloween spirit for the entire season. 

And if you're looking to just enjoy Halloween this year, there are still a number of events happening in and around the city.

*This article has been updated.

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