Giggles Hair owner Kristy Midgley loves her job. Pictured with Teneale Bartsch.
Giggles Hair owner Kristy Midgley loves her job. Pictured with Teneale Bartsch. David Nielsen

You can find a job to love too

IT is Giggles by name, giggles by nature at an Ipswich hair studio named after the bubbly personality of its owner Kristy Midgley.

The hairdresser started Giggles Hair Studio six years ago and has enjoyed styling her clients' hair.

Ms Midgley joined the profession 15 years ago after she was offered a job once finishing school.

She has developed many friendships with the regulars who sit in her salon chairs over the years.

Careers like this are available in our region, and who better to do them than local people with local knowledge?

Advertising online can be effective, but more often it becomes a waste of time as your inbox is filled with applications from inadequate candidates who are just time wasters.

"We can offer our customers a range of multi-media packages and digital only solutions, starting from $100 for a digital-only listing right through to a customised targeted solution for a larger customer," said The QT's online classifieds sales and product director Gemma Visentin.

"We can combine the power of our newspapers and online."

Our website also features the latest jobs news and what's happening in the employment sector.

To help celebrate the launch of Jobs, tell us why your job is so great, and be in the running to win a $1000 Flight Centre voucher. It's our way of rewarding you for all your hard work.

Just log on to qt.com.au/bestjob for details.



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