March 31, 2016
Hiring event held Wednesday in Brunswick
BY DOUGLAS MCINTIRE
Times Record Staff
Brunswick – A hiring event at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Brunswick on Wednesday featured 52 employers and an overcrowded parking lot as job seekers came in to spend face time with just about every type of employment available in the Midcoast.
Sponsors and their representatives, Carolyn Farkas- Noe of the Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber, Leon Ouimet of the Maine Career- Center and Donald Marino of Coastal Counties Workforce, monitored the ebb and flow of potential employees in the hall. Farkas-Noe said that as of 1 p.m. they had counted buy clomid using paypal more than 200 job seekers coming through the doors seeking out what companies from Dunkin Donuts to Bath Iron Works had to offer.
One of the biggest draws was the Bath Iron Works table which Farkas-Noe and Ouimet said had a steady line once the doors opened.
The two said many employers mentioned this event as the best turnout they’ve seen and they were pleased with the turnout. Brunswick company SaviLinx, who recently announced 200 job vacancies, reportedly had about 70 applicants.