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WALB teamed up with a fast food chain today to help you find a job.

The Krystal job fair started at 10:00 AM.

By 10:30 AM, 200 people had already come through and applied.

Recruiters are looking for managers, assistant managers, and associates for restaurants in Albany, Americus, and Cordele.

Andre Hightower applied.

He graduated from Albany Technical College more than a year ago and is currently unemployed.

"I am a struggling custodian, looking for work, unemployed, just trying to find a job so that student loans and different things of that sort can be paid, and just looking for work and just trying to remain hopeful and positive," says Andre Hightower, Albany resident.

The job fair continues at the Wingate, by Wyndham hotel until seven tonight.

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