Need a job? River Valley Community College in Claremont helped match employers with potential employees Wednesday.
The community college hosted 40 vendors for a job fair. There were positions in everything from health care to banking.
Organizers say the college also offered a resume course in the week leading up to the event, so applicants were prepared.
"Currently they feel it is a good opportunity and there are a lot of people going through. There still are a lot of jobs out there and there are a lot of people looking for jobs so that is a good match," said Diana Gauthier of River Valley Community College.
The job fair is an annual event at the college. School officials say they usually see several hundred people every year.
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