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Hiring our Heroes tomorrow in Lincoln

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By: Bill Schammert
bschammert@klkntv.com

Nebraska veterans take notice, Lincoln will be hosting a job fair just for you on Tuesday, April 2nd.

The "Hiring our Heroes" event will from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at the Lancaster County Event Center.

This is the second job fair Lincoln, and eight statewide, that have been geared directly towards veterans and their spouses.

"We focus on every veteran of every age, as well as our National Guard and Reservists, who maybe are looking for new opportunities in the Nebraska economy," Nebraska Department of Labor Commissioner, Catherine Lang, said.

About 80 employers are expected to attend the event.  One requirement, every company must have jobs available.

For more details, here is the link to the web site:

http://www.dol.nebraska.gov/center.cfm?PRICAT=4&SUBCAT=1O

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