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Drive thru job fair held in Superior

A drive thru job fair in the Superior offered to help connect employers with potential employees ran by the Northwest Wisconsin Workforce Investment Board. A drive thru job fair in the Superior offered to help connect employers with potential employees ran by the Northwest Wisconsin Workforce Investment Board. | 

Created: September 17, 2020 06:00 PM

During the months of the pandemic, it's become dire for those looking for work or needing economic help. 
And on Thursday, a second drive thru job fair in the Twin Ports offering help connecting employers with potential employees.

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Those looking for work or hiring resources came to the Superior Public Library where the Northwest Wisconsin Workforce Investment Board (NWWIB) held the fair. This is part of a state wide initiative working to connect those looking for work to employers in their area.
“It's an opportunity for employers who are hiring today to engage with job seekers and for those struggling during the pandemic to make that connection,” said Scott Schultz, Director of Industry & Innovation at NWWIB. “The goal is to connect as many people as possible. So far across the state we have over 600 employers participating in the event.”
The workforce center held similar job fairs earlier this summer in Ashland and Phillips. More information can be found for those looking for work at NWWIB’s website.

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