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On-Air Job Fair This Friday

While some think a general strike is the answer, WIBC Morning Host Tony Katz has a better idea

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On Friday, February 17th, those who don't like President Trump are going on strike. According to numerous reports, and their Facebook page, those involved, "...will show Donald Trump and his cronies in Washington that our voices will be heard. No work will be done. No money will be spent. We will not support his corrupt government. We will STRIKE!!"

WIBC Morning Host Tony Katz thought that was a bad idea. "What good does a strike do for Americans who are trying to create better lives for themselves?" said Tony. "Striking for hate doesn't make any sense. I'm sure there are plenty of people who would love to work in the gigs the selfish won't be showing up to on Friday."

So, Tony put together the first ever On-Air Job Fair.

On Friday, February 17th, from 6-10amET, Tony will share the job openings available across Central Indiana. He will also share resumes of prospective employees. 

The response has been impressive, says Tony:

We've been inundated with inquiries about how people can be a part of this. We have all types of opportunities being sent to us; management, sales, blue collar jobs. I've also received a bunch of really good resumes.

If you have a job opening you need filled 

If you have a resume you want to share 

The On-Air Job Fair is not a guarantee of employment. Not every job opening or resume may be discussed.

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