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Cargill job fairs for Plainview beef plant workers

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Plainview, Texas - To accommodate over 2,000 employees who will soon be looking for work, Cargill held a job fair Monday, Tuesday, and have another planned in February.
  
Cargill in Plainview hosted the job fair for employees and invited other area companies who are currently, or plan to hire in the near future.

The 3rd job fair is scheduled for February 6th at the Ollie Liner Center in Plainview organized by Workforce Solutions of the South Plains.

 
Companies wishing to participate in this career fair should contact:

Danny Soliz, Director of Business Development
Workforce Solutions South Plains
1301 Broadway, Suite 201
Lubbock, Texas 79401
(806) 744-1987 ext 2005

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