Businesses are closing, and yet more are in need of workers as the Covid-19 pandemic stretches everyone thin.
Gunnedah's Joblink Plus says there are many employers out there who need positions filled due to the changing demands of the situation.
Senior regional manager Mathew McIntyre said jobs in transport and logistics industries, aged care, supermarkets and cleaners are readily available right across the New England.
While there hasn't been a massive line-up of recently laid-off employees in Gunnedah, he said the numbers have remained steady and the demand for work is quite high.
"I would say there is certainly a high volume of jobs still around, especially in areas we wouldn't normally see as much of," he explained.
"Things like transport and logistics, which are in high demand with all the deliveries that are happening."
Going for your heavy vehicle licence means you are now almost 100 per cent guaranteed a position.
"Cleaners as well across the board, whether hospital or commercial, are being sought after as well.
"It is certainly an unprecedented time, and it's created a number of different opportunities for those to try a different venture, to dip their feet into."
Looking specifically at the mining, engineering and construction sectors, Gunnedah's WorkPac business centre manager Ingrid Kaineder, said it's business as usual for them.
She said the companies they work alongside are still operational and haven't been shut down from the virus.
"Despite the current uncertainty, many of our mining and construction clients continue to safely operate," Ms Maineder said.
She said their office is still recruiting.