Globe-Miami Chamber of Commerce Job Fair this Thursday

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Yes, it’s summer and the living is easy…hot, but still it is summer! But if you’ve been putting off looking for work, we have the answer to your dilemma. Some 30 employers are registered for the Job Fair to be held Thursday, July 31 from 3-6 pm at the Freeport facility in the Cobre Valley Plaza.
Put on by the Globe-Miami Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Arizona Workforce Connection and Freeport, the job fair is an excellent opportunity for job seekers to meet with employers. Government, education, hospitality, industry and health services are among the employers who will be present.
There is no charge to attend, just stop in between 3-6 pm and see if there isn’t a perfect match of employer and employee to be found.

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