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Job Ops at the Library: ReferenceUSA

Keith Bowers
10 a.m., Tuesday March 12 | Free.

 Whether you're looking for a job, advancing in your career, or starting your own business, the public library of Cincinnati is a valuable resource to have. Not all companies post their job openings in newspapers or online job search sites. Find the Hidden Job Market with ReferenceUSA, a program the Library offers to teach you how to track down and target these "hidden" jobs. Located in the Computer Training Room on the third floor. Register online or call.



Where: Cincinnati Public Library, Main Branch
Phone: 513-369-6900
Address: 800 Vine St.
Website: http://programs.cincinnatilibrary.org

Cincinnati Public Library, Main Branch

800 Vine St.
Cincinnati, Ohio
45202
 
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