Free job fair Tuesday in Miami Lakes

 

Jobseekers can check out more than 1,500 jobs from 35 companies at the Mega Career Fair on Tuesday in Miami Lakes.

Companies exhibiting include Benihana, First Service Residential, The Miami Dolphins, The Check Cashing Store, Alorica, Education Real Time Match, Hollywood Institute, Inktel, LaSalle, Sullivan and Cogliano, Cambridge Financial, Domino’s Pizza, Carnival Cruise Lines, Brown Mackie, Aflac, Walmart, Kent Security, The Academy, Amerijet, Albion Staffing, Miami VA, Sears, Convey Heath Solutions and Actavis.

The free fair is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Don Shula’s Hotel, 6842 Main St., Miami Lakes. Pre-register online at www.jobnewsmiami.com and print your confirmation, which will serve as your ticket.

Nancy Dahlberg

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