Dozens of Texoma businesses will be looking for employees during a big job fair Tuesday.
The non-profit organization Work Hard-Work Smart is hosting the first national career readiness job fair in Wichita Falls.
Coordinators spent the day making final preparations for this first time event which will include more than 60 area employers from Texas and Oklahoma.
"This is not a business expo or any type of marketing or advertising. This is a job fair and every employer who is here will be here because they have job openings. Ten or more positions," says Paula Scruggs who is coordinating the job fair.
The National Career Readiness Job Fair is Tuesday, May 1st, from 1 to 8 p.m., at Sikes Senter Mall in Wichita Falls.
Coordinators say come dressed to impress with resumes in hand and be prepared to speak with hiring managers.
Participants can also receive on-site professional hair advice information as well as check out a business attire fashion show and receive grooming, resume and interviewing tips.
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