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Job seekers meet companies at Moultrie Tech fair

MOULTRIE, GA (WALB) -

Job hunters got a chance to speak with several hiring employers Thursday at Moultrie Tech's Biannual Career fair.

Hundreds of people showed up at the Veterans Parkway campus to meet with dozens of employers. The fair was open to students, graduates and Moultrie community members.

Kerry Griffin, a representative with Verizon, believes she already found some eligible candidates to hire.

"Looking for people that are out and interested in positions," said Kerry Griffin, Verizon Floating Manager for Southwest Georgia. "We are currently hiring and it is a great way to get out into the community and kind of get into touch with those individuals."

There were around 50 local companies and industries set up at the career fair.

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