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This is a story about the Technical College System of Georgia working with the state’s workforce development office to better the lives of Georgians while filling in-demand jobs.
Around 450 positions will be filled and on-the-spot interviews and job offers will be awarded for those who meets the needs of what the company is looking for.
The Technical College of Georgia institution will not only hold a traditional job fair, but it will open up its classroom and host free classes the same day.
Manufacturing, healthcare, sales, and retail positions will be on the menu as more than 25 local employers will be present at the job fair.
Software developers are in desperate need across the nation and in Georgia specifically, and coding bootcamps are hoping to help fill the talent gap.
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More than 60 employers will be on hand plus you can get information on Oconee Fall Line Technical College programs.
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