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Governor Laura Kelly Celebrates Third KANSASWORKS Statewide Job Fair
11 Aug 2020
TOPEKA – Governor Laura Kelly celebrated the success of this year’s third KANSASWORKS Statewide Virtual Job Fair, which involved 189 employers and 1,182 jobseekers.
“COVID-19 has presented major challenges for workforce services in our state, but we must continue to do all we can to help people find employment opportunities,” Governor Laura Kelly said. “These virtual fairs are a great system to connect employers and jobseekers across the state so that we can get Kansas back to work, safely.”
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