Apr 14, 2010 10:42 PM by Monica Quintero
There were signs of hope Wednesday at Cuesta College for college grads entering the job market. About twice as many employers were on hand at the school's spring job fair this year, compared to last year, and most had openings. Organizers said about 400 students attended the event. Hunter Perry, a job developer, said, " The students need to have the opportunity to know there are jobs out there when they finish school. School can be intense sometimes so it's great for them to know there's employers looking for them. It's also nice for the business community to know that we have quality students that are in the workforce." Cuesta College holds job fairs for students twice a year.
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