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Last updated on Thursday, August 28, 2014, 3:18 pm

Go Ye To Work

WorkFortSmith’s “100 Jobs in 100 Days” campaign (started by Go Ye Employment Services Inc.) is more than halfway over, and the organization is boasting more than 10,000 Facebook page views per week and getting heavy traffic from job seekers on its website.  CEO Miles Crawford said the campaign, which offers free listings to local employers, is “catching a cannonball effect and really picking up in the last couple of weeks.” And it’s clear: There are still a lot of people looking for work in Fort Smith.   [ MORE ]

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