CINCINNATI -- A job fair aimed at helping military veterans find employment will be held Tuesday at Paul Brown Stadium.
RecruitMilitary has teamed up with AdvancePierre Foods to help veterans connect with employers in the Tri-State area.
“We are an American company, and hiring veterans is the right thing to do,” said Laura Shorter, Human Resources Director at AdvancePierre “Veterans have very transferrable skill sets and are able to manage many tasks at the same time. They know how to react faster and come up with solutions. They are proactive and not channeled into one way of thinking.”
The job expo will run from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
RecruitMilitary asks veterans who already have civilian work experience, men and women who are transitioning from active duty to civilian life, members of the National Guard and reserves, military spouses, and other members of military families to join in the event.
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