for 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 1 at Gage Park High School, 5630 S. Rockwell.
Sponsored by State Rep. Dan Burke (D-1st), the event is designed to link job seekers with employers ready to hire. A number of employers will be on hand, looking for qualified applicants for position such as warehouse worker, customer service representatives, cooks, cashiers, valets and more.
Participants are encouraged to bring their resumes. Additionally, there will be information on services for people who are unemployed or underemployed.
Burke is working with the Illinois Department of Employment Security, as well as Employment & Employer Services--and a number of private-sector employers, large and small.
In all, there will be 26 employers at the event, eager to talk with people who want a job and are ready to work.
The kind of jobs available: office workers, factory workers, warehouse workers, healthcare professionals and support staff, retail workers, janitors, bus drivers, security guards and much more. Even jobs for people with disabilities.
Plus, there will be a dozen agencies offering resources to help you be in a better position to land the job you want.
Admission is free, and preference will be given to job-seeking military veterans, in the first hour of the event.
For more information, call (773) 471-2299 or visit staterepdanburke.com.
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