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Third Annual Long Beach Island Job Fair Set for Saturday, March 31

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SURF CITY, NJ - Need a job this summer? Look no further. Shore Fire Grille again has teamed up with local businesses in the area for a special summer 2018 Job Fair event. 

The Third Annual LBI Job Fair will take place Saturday, March 31.  pril 15.  Employers will be looking to hire help for the summer season on busy Long Beach Island.  The event will be held at the Surf City Yacht Club, 399 North Ninth Street in Surf City from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  

Some of the businesses involved in the job fair will include Shore Fire Grille, Sea Shell Hotel, Bar and Restaurant, Ship Bottom Brewery, Black Eyed Susans, Norwal Yogurt, Surf City Mini Golf, Home Depot, La Spiaggia, Blue Water Cafe, California Grille, Stefanos, Surf City 5&10, Tuckers, Daddy-O, Shore Good Donuts, Fantasy Island, Ron Jon Surf Shop, How You Brewin, B & B Clothing Stores, The Woo Hoo, Reynolds Landscaping, the Gazebo and many others. 

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What makes this event so great is that applicants will only need to do one application for these job opportunities. Guests will get to interact with each employer to figure out where they would like to work. Employers will even help guide you to where you should work and see what works best for everyone. 

This job fair will be a great start to begin your summer with a job rather than stressing out looking for one last minute. Interviews will take place on-the-spot as well as hiring, so please dress appropriately and bring a resume if possible.

 

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