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Get Hired Hampton Job Fair Scheduled For August 18

HAMPTON—Job seekers or those looking to find better, more satisfying employment should attend the upcoming Get Hired Hampton job fair on Wednesday, August 18. The event is sponsored by Hampton’s Economic Development Department and the Hampton Work One Center, Virginia Career Works, and the Virginia Employment Commission.

More than one dozen employers will be at the Hampton Convention Center from 10am to 2pm to speak with job applicants. Employers include Amazon, Howmet Aerospace, Versability Resources, Hampton Public Works, Hampton Police, Rosie’s Gaming Emporium, Hampton City Schools, Crumbl Cookies, and the Simply Panache Group.

The Hampton Convention Center is located at 1610 Coliseum Drive. For additional information, interested parties are encouraged to visit https://www.hampton.gov/1952/Workforce-Hampton.

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