March 30, 2004

Providence Journal healthcare career fair scheduled for April 6th

Providence, RI -- The Providence Journal will present The Providence Journal's 2004 Healthcare Career Fair, on Tuesday, April 6th, from 12 noon to 5:00 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza, Warwick. The career fair is free and open to job seekers. A variety of companies will be on hand seeking applicants in the healthcare field.

Job seekers attending The Providence Journal's 2004 Healthcare Career Fair are encouraged to bring a hard copy of their resumes for the free resume database distributed to all participating companies. And, they can have their resumes critiqued free by professionals from Rhode Islands colleges and universities and the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training.

About The Providence Journal
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