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Oklahoma Employment Security Commission sets job fair May 1

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission's spring job fair is set for May 1 in Oklahoma City.

One of central Oklahoma's premier job fairs, the event will welcome nearly 100 employers representing hundreds of employment opportunities in a wide variety of industries. About 900 job seekers attended the OESC job fair held last fall.

The spring job fair is open to the public. Job seekers are asked to dress professionally, bring copies of their resumes and be prepared to meet face-to-face with company recruiters. Computers with online access are provided so attendees can submit electronic applications and receive resume assistance.

The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission is Oklahoma's state workforce agency. OESC provides unemployment compensation to support unemployed workers and their communities and matches jobs and workers to benefit local labor markets.

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