Dozens of unemployed or under employed people were hoping to snag a job Tuesday in Hannibal.
The Hannibal Career Center hosted a job fair for full, part-time and temporary jobs.
The jobs ranged from manufacturing and warehouse to office work.
Some of the companies that set up booths were the Missouri Department of Corrections, Trinity Containers, and Buckhorn Rubber.
Organizers say the fair also gave job seekers to improve their job searching skills.
"We're able here to do a lot of things in terms of workshops, helping people with interview skills, applications, resumes, career exploration to help them find a job that suits them more appropriately," said Larry Markway of the Hannibal Career Center.
If you missed the event, but would like to learn some of these job seeking skills, call the Hannibal Career Center.
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