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By Jennifer Emert - bio | email

December 15, 2008

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Senior Life Insurance Company made good on its promise and began the hiring process for 300 new jobs.

With some help from the Georgia Department of Labor, the company began screening applicants Monday with two sessions scheduled for ten and two.

Potential employees were given a brief overview of the company and told a little about the jobs and the skills necessary. With as many as 50 applicants interviewed today, Senior Life hopes to hold several more sessions in the future. 

"We're going to continue this probably once, every two weeks probably, that's what we're going to be shooting for to do with the Department of Labor," says Senior Life Regional Director Eugene Powell.   

For information about the jobs you can contact the Albany Career Center at (229)430-5010.

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